AEW has its largest sell out.
According to WrestleTix, AEW Rampage: First Dance at the United Center in Chicago has officially sold out. It took five minutes to sell out once tickets hit the general public on Monday.
The event is scheduled for August 20 and will air live on TNT at 10 p.m. ET. Thus far, no matches or segments have been made official for the show.
AEW sold over 12,000 tickets during the pre-sale on July 30. The rest of the tickets sold out to the general public.
AEW Rampage @ United Center:— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) August 2, 2021
An early screenshot of the General Public onsale. First count I grabbed was 1,020. Mostly 200 section seats made available.
In 5 minutes they are all gone (some could re-emerge if someone doesn't complete transaction).
SOLD OUT. pic.twitter.com/NVUTVh2iIj
Wrestling hasn't been held at the United Center since WWE held a live event at the venue on December 29, 2018. There hasn't been a televised event emanating from the United Center since WCW Thunder on November 8, 2000 (taped on November 6). That show drew roughly 7,000 fans and was headlined by Goldberg defeating Bam Bam Bigelow and Lex Luger.
Fightful will keep fans updated on the event as matches and segments are added.