WWE has now provided an update on its touring schedule, releasing a number of new dates for the latter half of the year.
WWE has now revealed the dates and locations for 26 new shows that will take place between November 4 and December 18.
This announcement included updates on five SmackDown tapings and five Raw shows.
The following dates were added to WWE’s touring schedule:
November 4: WWE SuperShow – Rochester, N.Y. at the Blue Cross Arena
November 5: WWE SuperShow – Springfield, Mass. at the Mass Mutual Center
November 10: SmackDown – Columbus, Ohio at the Nationwide Arena
November 11: WWE SuperShow – Johnson City, Tenn. at Freedom Hall
November 12: WWE SuperShow – Roanoke, Va. at Berglund Center Coliseum
November 13: Raw – Washington, D.C. at the Capital One Arena
November 17: SmackDown – Evansville, Ind. at the Ford Center
November 18: WWE Saturday Night’s Main Event – Canton, Ohio at the Canton Memorial Civic Center
November 18: WWE Saturday Night’s Main Event – Tupelo, Miss. at the Cadence Bank Arena
November 19: WWE Sunday Stunner – Saginaw, Mi. at the Dow Event Center
November 19: WWE Sunday Stunner – Jonesboro, Ark. at the First National Bank Center
November 26: WWE Holiday Tour – Peoria, Ill. at the Peoria Civic Center
November 27: Raw – Nashville, Tenn. at the Bridgestone Arena
December 1: SmackDown – Brooklyn, N.Y. at the Barclays Center
December 2: WWE Holiday Tour – Bangor, Maine at the Cross Insurance Center
December 2: WWE Holiday Tour – Allentown, Penn. at the PPL Center
December 3: WWE Holiday Tour – Portland, Maine at the Cross Insurance Arena
December 3: WWE Holiday Tour – Newark, Del. at the Bob Carpenter Center
December 4: Raw – Albany, N.Y. at the MVP Arena
December 8: SmackDown – Providence, R.I. at the Amica Mutual Pavilion
December 9: WWE Holiday Tour – Utica, N.Y. at the Adirondack Bank Center
December 11: Raw – Cleveland, Ohio at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
December 15: SmackDown – Green Bay, Wisc. at the Resch Center
December 16: WWE Holiday Tour – Moline, Ill. at the Vibrant Arena at The Mark
December 17: WWE Holiday Tour – Rochester, Minn. at the Mayo Civic Center
December 18: Raw – Des Moines, Iowa at the Wells Fargo Arena
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