For the first time since March 2020, AEW Dynamite will return to a live weekly touring schedule, touting in a press release that they will be the first major pro wrestling company to do so.
The company announced the news Monday with their first three days and venues with more live event dates being announcing "in the near future."
- Miami, Florida, on Wednesday, July 7 at the James L. Knight Center
- Cedar Park, Texas (greater Austin) on Wednesday, July 14 at the H-E-B Center
- Garland, Texas (greater Dallas) on Wednesday, July 21 at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas
Ticket will go on sale for all three shows this Friday with events "held in compliance with state COVID safety guidelines and seating capacities will adhere to state and local mandates."
AEW hasn't run a show with fans in attendance outside Daily's Place since March 11th in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Additionally, they announced their Friday, June 23rd St. Louis event has been rescheduled for Friday, November 5th and will be an "AEW TNT television taping" while a December 2nd Dynamite date in New Orleans was moved to Wednesday, January 12th.