Northern Colorado hasn't had a live wrestling show in over five years, and we've never had a live TV taping here. That all changes this summer when AEW comes to NoCo!

AEW Dynamite And Rampage LIVE In Colorado

Big Rob TSM
Big Rob TSM

AEW has only been in Colorado three times since its inception in 2019. Their very first Colorado show was at the soon-to-be-demolished 1st Bank Center in March of 2020. It was right before the COVID lockdowns happened so it was AEW's second to-last live event before being forced to shoot their TV shows from Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida.

They then returned to the former 1st Bank Center in Colorado in December of 2022, Colorado Springs at the World Arena in June of 2023, and then closed down the 1st Bank Center as the former arena's very last event last September. Now they're back, but this time, they're making their Northern Colorado Debut.

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First Ever LIVE AEW Event At Colorado's Blue Arena For AEW Dynamite And Rampage

Get ready to see the stars of AEW Wrestling like AEW Champion Samoa Joe, Chris Jericho, Adam Copeland, Toni Storm, Mercedes Mone, and so many more as they make their Loveland Debut this June!

Catch AEW Dynamite live at the Blue Arena on Wednesday, June 5th. This will mark AEW's very first appearance North of the Denver metro area, and first-ever live wrestling show at the Blue Arena.

Tickets go on sale for the AEW Dynamite and Rampage TV tapings this Thursday, April 18th at 10 am and start at just $24. Here are pix from their last show, which was the final show ever at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield.

A Sad Goodbye To Colorado's 1stBank Center... Final Event Is Over

While the plan was to officially close the doors on November 30th, their final event according to their upcoming events schedule, and confirmed by the staff that we spoke to, was on Wednesday, September 27th. Here's a final look inside the popular Denver area arena during its final event.

Gallery Credit: Big Rob TSM

All the Businesses Colorado Sadly Lost In This Last Year

While the list is much longer, here are some of the Colorado businesses that we were most sad to see go in 2023.

Gallery Credit: Big Rob

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