WWE will continue live event touring before individuals this summer by setting out on a 25-city tour through Labor Day.
The tour will start with the July 16 edition of Friday Night SmackDown on FOX at the Toyota Center in Houston.
WWE permitted fans to return for two nights in April at the current year’s WrestleMania event however returned to shooting within their shut ThunderDome set with a virtual fan divider a while later. Before WrestleMania, the latest show with a large audience was an episode of Raw that occurred in Washington, D.C., back in March 2020.
The touring declaration from WWE follows pretty much every other significant sports league in inviting the arrival of fans in some capacity. Indeed, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell expressed a month ago that he anticipates that the league should have full participation at games during the 2021 season.
WWE’s upcoming tour will start off with three shows in Texas.
– Friday, July 16: SmackDown – Toyota Center in Houston
– Sunday, July 18: Money In The Bank – Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas
– Monday, July 19: Raw – American Airlines Center in Dallas
Tickets to these three events go on sale at 11 a.m. ET May 26.
There’s no official news with respect to SummerSlam right now, yet extra stops on the 25-city tour will be reported in the coming weeks.

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