It has been announced that the Australia and New Zealand WWE live event tour set for later this year has been postponed until 2022.
WWE were originally planning to resume their “down-under” tour in July this year. Unfortunately for certain fans, they will have to wait a little longer to see WWE live.
TEG Dainty announced that these tour dates had been pushed back to August 2022. On their website, they explained that ongoing pandemic regulations are preventing these shows from taking place this year.
Via TEG Dainty:
WWE LIVE – RESCHEDULED TO AUGUST 2022
TEG Dainty wish to advise that due to ongoing restrictions, WWE Live scheduled to take place in July 2021, has been postponed and will now take place on the following dates:
Spark Arena, Auckland NZ
Tickets for Saturday 31 July 2021 now valid for Thursday 04 August 2022
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney NSW
Tickets for Friday 30 July 2021 now valid for Friday 5 August 2022
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne VIC
Tickets for Thursday 29 July 2021 now valid for Saturday 6 August 2022
All tickets remain valid for the rescheduled dates.
If you are unable to attend the new show date listed above, please contact your point of purchase for a refund before Wednesday 9 June 2021.
The 2020 Australia and New Zealand tour was postponed last year, with fans being given June 2021 dates. Sadly, COVID-19 restrictions won’t allow these events to take place.
AEW has recently announced that they plan to return to the road in July. The promotion will visit Miami, Austin and Dallas as they return to a touring schedule.
Despite AEW’s earlier dates, WWE are reportedly sticking with plans to return to the road in August.
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