The WWE will be returning to live touring with crowds in July according to a CBS Sports article from May 21st. In it they say:
“For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, WWE is returning to a live tour. On Friday, the promotion announced a 25-city live tour that will begin in July.
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In mid-March 2020, WWE moved events to the empty WWE Performance Center in Orlando, continuing to hold their weekly television and monthly pay-per-view events without a crowd. WWE launched the ThunderDome that August, placing nearly 1,000 LED boards inside Orlando’s Amway Center to allow fans to attend events “virtually” and returning to high production values that were unavailable in the Performance Center.”
The tour will stop by Dallas-Fort Worth according to a Dallas Morning News article from May 21st. In it they say:
“The tour will kick off with an episode of Friday Night Smackdown on July 16 in Houston before WWE heads to Dickies Arena in Fort Worth for its Money in the Bank pay-per-view event on Sunday, July 17 and then Dallas on July 18 for Monday Night Raw.
Tickets for the live events in Houston, Fort Worth and Dallas go on sale Wednesday, May 26 at 10 a.m. Additional stops on the upcoming 25-city tour and on-sale dates will be announced in the coming weeks.”
If you’re tired of watching wrestling from your couch and miss the live experience, you’re in luck.
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