AEW Establishes Partnership to Extend ‘AEW House Rules’ to Canada

All Elite Wrestling has established a new partnership that will take their house show series across North America, including Canada.

The Feldman Agency (TFA) and Tourbo, Canada’s leading live entertainment companies, are pleased to announce an exclusive partnership with All Elite Wrestling (AEW) to bring its new live event series, “AEW House Rules,” to local venues across North America. TFA and Tourbo will provide support to explore multi-faceted brand partnerships and will aid in providing fans with a spectacular and engaging experience.

“AEW House Rules” is a new, non-televised live event series that will showcase exhilarating matchups featuring AEW stars. “AEW House Rules” makes its Canadian debut on Saturday, July 15 at the Scotiabank Saddledome during the legendary “Calgary Stampede” in Calgary, AB. Further show dates will be announced soon.

“We are excited about the partnership with AEW and the new opportunities we will be able to produce with this collaboration,” said Joel Baskin, Vice-President of The Feldman Agency & Tourbo Entertainment. “Since its inception, and in a very short amount of time, AEW has seen remarkable growth, providing high-quality fan experiences in the world of professional wrestling. We are thrilled to have the privilege to work with Tony Khan, Jeff Jarrett, Rafael Morffi and the rest of the AEW team.”

Each “AEW House Rules” event offers an even more immersive experience for fans, including customized merchandise, unique ways to engage with featured talent and in-show interactions different from what is featured on televised AEW programming.

Are you excited to see AEW bring their house shows to Canada?

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