AEW has announced that their fourth and fifth weeks of weekly TV will take place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Charleston, West Virginia.
The announcement was made on this week’s episode of Being the Elite, which you will find at the bottom of this article.
The Pittsburgh show will take place at the Petersen Events Center on the University of Pittsburgh campus on Wednesday, October 23, and the Charleston Coliseum will host the next taping on October 30.
The Petersen Events Center has a capacity of 12,508, and the Charleston Coliseum has a capacity of around 14,000. These numbers will likely change due to the space needed for camera equipment, the ring and the entrance ramp.
Tickets for both events will go on sale this Friday, August 23 at midday ET (5pm BST, 9am PT).
AEW now has venues for its first five TV tapings:
- October 2 – Washington, D.C. – Capital One Arena
- October 9 – Boston – Agganis Arena
- October 16 – Philadelphia – Liacouras Center
- October 23 – Pittsburgh – Petersen Events Center
- October 30 – Charleston, WV – Charleston Coliseum
Tickets for the first three shows have already sold out, but there are still a number available on the second market if you’re keen on attending.
AEW’s next live show is All Out on August 31, and it is expected that one more PPV show will take place in 2019.