AEW has confirmed when its next pay-per-view will be taking place.
During tonight's Revolution PPV, it was announced that Double or Nothing 2021 will take place on Sunday, May 30. The show will be held at Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida.
May 30 is the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend. Ticket on-sale information for Double or Nothing 2021 has yet to be announced.
This will be the second straight AEW PPV to take place on a Sunday. This year's Revolution was the first Sunday PPV in AEW history.
In an interview with Forbes ahead of Revolution, AEW president and CEO Tony Khan spoke about the status of Sunday PPVs:
On the three-day holidays, I think it’s good. I actually would argue that for Double or Nothing or All Out, a large percentage of the country is going to have Monday off, and in England those are bank holidays so a large percentage of England, people aren’t really working very much. Most people have Labor Day and Memorial Day off here and abroad.
Double or Nothing, I am strongly considering going to Sunday. All Out I really think it would be really smart to do Sunday because then I don’t compete with College Football and the NFL won’t be going head-to-head. Full Gear I will keep on a Saturday. Revolution and Full Gear, whenever possible, I will do on a Saturday.
Double or Nothing 2019 took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada and was the first show in AEW history. AEW was supposed to return to the MGM Grand Garden Arena for last year's Double or Nothing, but the PPV was moved to Daily's Place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. When last year's event was moved, it was originally stated that Double or Nothing 2021 would be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
For those who had purchased tickets to Double or Nothing 2021 in Las Vegas, a refund will automatically be issued to their credit card within 30 business days if they bought tickets through AXS online or by phone. Refunds will otherwise be available at the original point of purchase.