Just a few months ago, All Elite Wrestling set a major milestone by holding AEW All In at Wembley Stadium in London, England. Before the day even came to a close, AEW CEO Tony Khan announced that the event would return to the stadium in 2024. Fans will soon have their chance to grab tickets for next summer’s show, as Khan appeared alongside Nigel McGuinness on tonight’s AEW Dynamite to announce that tickets for All In 2024 will go on sale on December 1, 2023. Additionally, McGuinness revealed that fans looking for an early ticket can sign up for pre-sale at Ticket Master. After signing up, you’ll receive more details via email later this month.
AEW’s first All In broke the record for paid attendance to a wrestling event at 81,035. There was plenty of discussion about the number in the weeks after All In, as it later came out that around 72,000 fans passed through the turnstiles on the day of the event. However, the record is based on the number of tickets sold. It will be interesting to see how many tickets the company can move for next year’s show, as they have been struggling with event attendance as of late. Additionally, the first All In was AEW’s inaugural visit to Europe, meaning demand may not be as high the second time around. Then again, AEW exceeded expectations the first time, so there’s no telling for sure what level of success the promotion will find in 2024.
This year’s All In kicked off with what would become CM Punk’s final match in the company, facing longtime rival Samoa Joe. Just before the show, Punk got into an alleged altercation with Jack Perry backstage that would later see Perry suspended and Punk fired. The event also included a rematch between the Young Bucks and FTR for the AEW World Tag Team Championship, Will Ospreay taking on Chris Jericho, and a main event between Adam Cole and AEW World Champion MJF.