Today All Elite Wrestling announced they have reached the milestone of 100,000 tickets sold to live events.
With just 16 live events over they inaugural year of AEW, consisting of pay-per-view events and weekly TV shows. AEW sold 105,303 tickets in just eight months, with an approximate average of 6,581 tickets sold to each show.
AEW sent out a press release that stated:
AEW Reaches 100,000 Live Event Tickets-Sold Milestone in
–Red-Hot AEW Playing to Big Audiences Across Nation with Weekly TNT Show and PPV Events–
December 16, 2019 – Since selling its first ticket for DOUBLE OR NOTHING back in May, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) announced today that it has reached the 100,000 live event tickets-sold milestone. In just eight months, AEW has produced 16 live events resulting in 91,222 tickets sold, with an average of 5,701 tickets sold per show. With the upcoming shows currently on sale, which as of
today accounts for another 14,081 tickets sold, AEW’s grand total ticket sales for the year is 105,303.
This achievement is the latest in a string of successes for the ground-breaking wrestling league,
which has consistently played to impressive crowds during its weekly DYNAMITE show on TNT and special pay-per-view events. Fans attending DYNAMITE and AEW’s PPV events experience an atmosphere second to none in professional wrestling, dazzling television audiences in the US and abroad. After DYNAMITE started with a bang as Wednesday’s No. 1 wrestling show and the biggest
network debut on TNT in five years, the show has continued to build momentum, reaching 30 million people in its first two months.
“To think one year ago, we hadn’t yet announced the launch of AEW and our first show wouldn’t
occur until late May, and today we are celebrating more than 100,000 live event tickets sold-it’s
been an incredible run and a credit to our talent, our partners at TNT and our great wrestling fans
for making it happen,”said Tony Khan, President and CEO of AEW.”The best part is, this is just the
Inside and outside the ring, AEW’s unparalleled diversity and inclusiveness have also been on full
display, resulting in innovative partnerships that provide new ways to engage and service all fans. In
its first year, AEW has teamed up with Kulturecity to launch the first-ever sensory inclusive wrestling
event, Stella’s Wish to help grant wishes for adults with cancer, and Special olympics to celebrate and inspire all athletes.
AEW’s last live event of 2019 is DYNAMITE on TNT on Wednesday, Dec. 18, in Corpus Christi, TX, at the American Bank Center Arena. Tickets for all AEW live events are available at http://www.AEWTIX.com.”