WWE is postponing its upcoming Australia and New Zealand tour due to the coronavirus pandemic. The tour was scheduled for August. No return dates were announced.
TED Dainty, a global live entertainment company that works with WWE in Australasia (Australia, New Zealand, and some neighboring islands), made the announcement on its official website.
To the WWE Universe of Australia and New Zealand,
We thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we work with WWE to secure our new return dates.
The superstars of Monday Night RAW can’t wait to get back and put on one hell of a show for you in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland.
In the meantime, let’s keep safe, look after each other and we’ll be back with new details very soon.
To the WWE Universe of Australia and New Zealand,— TEG DAINTY (@TEGDAINTY) April 28, 2020
We thank you for your continued patience and understanding as we work with WWE to secure our new return dates. Full statement: https://t.co/6vfoIFKROx#WWEAustralia #WWENZ pic.twitter.com/y0ri58lbHU
On Monday night, WWE Australia announced the new dates for the tour, revealing WWE will return in July 2021.
ANNOUNCEMENT: @WWE LIVE in Melbourne & Sydney will now take place on July 29 & 30, 2021. Fans who hold onto their tickets have the chance to WIN 1 of 20 Meet & Greets. Visit https://t.co/3h1UDEPBY1 for all the details! @Ticketek_AU #WWEAustralia pic.twitter.com/HPbjcnz7YV— WWE Australia (@WWEAustralia) May 5, 2020
WWE previously announced the postponement of its UK Tour, which was scheduled for May. You can find more details by clicking here.