AEW Dynasty Preview: Start time, venue, tickets for latest PPV live event

Fans of professional wrestling have a lot to look forward to in April, with the return of WrestleMania on the WWE Channel and the debut of “AEW Dynasty,” a pay-per-view event presented by AEW. AEW has a stellar schedule of events all year long, and Dynasty will be their first pay-per-view event in April. 

During the AEW Revolution, the launch date of “AEW Dynasty” was announced as Sunday, April 21, in St. Louis, Missouri’s Chaifetz Arena. April is shaping up to be a fascinating month for wrestling fans, with two huge events coming simultaneously from separate organizations.

When and where is the AEW Dynasty taking place?

Triplemanía AEW, AEW All Out, and AEW Full Gear were the only major events that AEW conducted in 2019. They have been consistently adding more since then, with 2022 seeing AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door and AEW Revolution. Their expansion last year was massive, with the introduction of AEW WrestleDream, AEW Worlds End, and AEW ALL IN: London.

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However, there used to be a significant one-month difference between AEW Revolution and AEW Double or Nothing, and this is now closing due to the new PPV inclusion of AEW. Plenty of action unfolded at Sunday’s AEW Revolution, including title defenses, a major eight-man bout, and legendary Sting’s farewell.

In addition, Fightful has some exciting news to share: on Sunday, April 21st, in St. Louis, Missouri, there will be a new pay-per-view event named AEW Dynasty. But this isn’t entirely unexpected. A previous indication from AEW boss Tony Khan suggested that the promotion may incorporate more programs, aiming to air nine PPV events annually.

They are bringing this to fruition with Dynasty. Moreover, it makes sense as it provides fans with something more to anticipate and avoids conflicting with WrestleMania, a significant celebration for WWE. Currently, fans stand to gain the most, with April filled with exciting events for wrestling enthusiasts from both AEW and WWE.

How to buy tickets for AEW Dynasty?

The idea of holding more annual pay-per-view events was brought up by Tony Khan during a recent media call and he believes that this would increase engagement and earnings for AEW. Given that Dynasty is scheduled to take place after AEW Revolution, further plot development will be possible before Double or Nothing, one of the company’s biggest events. 

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After blockbuster events like Full Gear and All Out, AEW has added Dynasty to its roster of nine distinct pay-per-views. As of this writing, specific match cards are unknown, but fans should expect something big from AEW’s fifth trip to St. Louis.

Dynasty tickets will be available for purchase on AEW’s official website this Friday, March 8th, in an effort to provide a compelling alternative to WWE’s WrestleMania, which is also scheduled in April.

What are your thoughts on the recently planned April pay-per-view event by AEW? Share your thoughts in the comment section. 

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Oh, hi, this is Md Robin Ahmed, a WWE fan and I everyday go through a slew of popular WWE stories on Sportszion. Watching Big Show's Showstopper was the beginning of my passion for WWE, though I have to say that his Chokeslam is not one of my favorite moves. Over time, my love for professional wrestling has intensified, mostly due to the Shield, and my all-time favorite wrestler in WWE is Big Dog. I would give everything to be able to be within a few feet of him to witness his iconic Superman Punch and Spear. My major is engineering, but I'm most happy when I'm doing something artistic that doesn't put me under any pressure. Watching them wrestle and discuss their matches is always fun for me. And I've finally discovered a career that gives me fun since it allows me to with my dream heroes lifestyle. So, Welcome! I'd love to hear from you on LinkedIn and Facebook.


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