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AEW to make Albany, New York debut in September

Dynamite will emanate from New York State for three straight weeks.
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AEW will be in a New York state of mind for three straight weeks in September.

During Dynamite, the company announced their debut in Albany, New York, for Wednesday, September 14th. The live Dynamite and taped Rampage will take place at the 16,000-seat MVP Arena.

Tickets go on-sale Friday, July 22nd.

The news comes on the same night they officially confirmed that September 4th's All Out, plus the preceding Dynamite and Rampage, will take place at the NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

The news comes a week after they announced their debut in Buffalo, New York, for Wednesday, September 7th -- days after All Out. 

The Albany event marks the third straight week of AEW action in New York State in September as they return to Queens, New York, on Wednesday, September 21st for both Dynamite and Rampage Grand Slam.

Here's a look at AEW's announced schedule through Grand Slam.

  • Wednesday, July 20: Dynamite/Rampage at Gas South Arena in Duluth, GA
  • Wednesday, July 27: Dynamite/Rampage at DCU Center in Worcester, MA
  • Wednesday, August 3: Dynamite at Schottenstein Center in Columbus, OH
  • Friday, August 5: Rampage/Battle of the Belts III at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, MI
  • Wednesday, August 10: Dynamite/Rampage at Target Center in Minneapolis, MN
  • Wednesday, August 17: Dynamite/Rampage at Charleston Coliseum in Charleston, WV
  • Wednesday, August 24: Dynamite/Rampage at Wolstein Center in Cleveland, OH
  • Wednesday, August 31: Dynamite at NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois
  • Friday, September 2: Rampage at NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois
  • Sunday, September 4: All Out at NOW Arena in  Hoffman Estates, Illinois
  • Wednesday, September 7: Dynamite/Rampage at KeyBank Center in Buffalo, NY
  • Wednesday, September 14: Dynamite/Rampage at MVP Arena in Albany, New York 
  • Wednesday, September 21: Grand Slam Dynamite/Rampage at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York