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AEW Dynamite to air from closed set locations until further notice

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Another episode of AEW Dynamite is being relocated due to the coronavirus pandemic.

AEW confirmed today that the Wednesday, April 15 episode of Dynamite that was scheduled to take place at the Agganis Arena in Boston, Massachusetts is being relocated. It was also stated that Dynamite will be produced at closed set locations until further notice.

"The relocated show will be televised live on TNT on April 15," AEW wrote. "Until further notice, live episodes of DYNAMITE will be produced at closed set locations with essential personnel only. The DYNAMITE show in Boston will be rescheduled for Wednesday, August 5, at Agganis Arena."

Those who have already purchased tickets for the Boston show will be offered a refund at the point of purchase or can have their tickets honored on the new August 5 date.

This announcement means that the next five episodes of Dynamite have been relocated. They were originally scheduled for Rochester, Newark, Milwaukee, St. Louis, and Boston.

AEW's tweets announcing the relocation of the Boston episode are available below:

AEW DYNAMITE: 4/15 BOSTON RESCHEDULED As a precautionary measure against COVID-19, the AEW DYNAMITE show on April 15 in Boston, MA, will be relocated.

The relocated show will be televised live on TNT on April 15. Until further notice, live episodes of DYNAMITE will be produced at closed set locations with essential personnel only. The DYNAMITE show in Boston will be rescheduled for Wednesday, August 5, at Agganis Arena.

Fans who have already purchased tickets to the Boston show will be offered a refund via the point of purchase, or have their original ticket valid for admission to the event on August 5. Additional details will be forthcoming.

We appreciate your understanding as the safety and well-being of our fans and talent is always our top priority.  We will continue to closely monitor this evolving situation related to COVID-19 and be guided by government officials, health organizations and venue management.