Last month, AEW confirmed via announcing a season pass for fans to buy tickets to its Dynamite and Dark TV events that they would be holding shows from Jacksonville, Florida at Daily’s Place through November.
It was recently confirmed that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has given clearance to all sporting events to have full capacity at their games. This would also include pro wrestling and thus AEW.
Dave Meltzer reported in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that as of right now, AEW has no plans at this time to run anywhere but Daily’s Place.
The reason for that is due to the venue allowing fans to be kept apart from each other and far apart from the ring with the large empty section separating them. It’s also an outside venue, which is a bonus.
AEW has fans in the 200 and 300 sections of Daily’s Place with the lower bowl being empty. This lower section is also where AEW keeps talent apart or has older wrestlers such as Jake Roberts, Tully Blanchard, The Young Bucks, and Greg Valentine.
If AEW wanted to do so, they could have more fans attend their shows with this new ruling, but haven’t done so yet.