AEW announces Bash at the Beach themed editions of Dynamite

By Jason Powell, Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

AEW issued the following press release to announce Bash at the Beach themed editions of AEW Dynamite.

MIAMI, FL (Nov. 18, 2019) — AEW today announced “Bash at the Beach,” an unprecedented, nine-day experience for superfans that features two Dynamite shows, a cruise onboard Chris Jericho’s tricked-out party ship, and non-stop entertainment in between.

The adventure begins on Wednesday, Jan. 15, when AEW Dynamite takes over the Watsco Center at the University of Miami for a Bash at the Beach themed episode, and continues with Chris Jericho’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager at Sea, sailing round-trip from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas, on Jan. 20-24.

High-octane bouts with the biggest names from AEW will be filmed from Jericho’s sold-out Norwegian Pearl ship, including the Jan. 22 episode of Dynamite on TNT. The history-making event will be bubbling with exclusive opportunities to meet AEW’s star-studded roster, as well
as non-stop wrestling, rock ‘n’ roll, live podcasts, paranormal explorations, talent-hosted activities, autograph sessions, parties and more.

“AEW’s Bash at the Beach events will deliver nine unforgettable days of wrestling and much more from the hottest company in the business today,” said Chris Jericho. “Thousands of the Friends Of Jericho onboard the SOLD OUT ‘Rock N Wrestling Rager At Sea’ will have the experience of their lives, and now millions more will be able to watch AEW Dynamite along with us, as we break out the bubbly together from Miami to the Bahamas.”

Tickets for the Jan. 15 Bash at the Beach show in Miami go on sale this Friday, Nov. 22, at noon ET. Tickets for the show will be available for purchase exclusively at For your chance to join the party at sea, sign up for the waitlist at

Powell’s POV: While the Miami show feels like business as usual, it will be interesting to see what the fan reaction is to taped matches from the unique setting of the Jericho Cruise. We are looking for reports from AEW Dark tapings and the Jericho Cruise. If you are going to an upcoming show or going on the cruise and want to help, email me at

Readers Comments (3)

  1. Doesn’t WWE have a trademark on “Bash at the Beach?” I know WCW had a couple of PPVs named that and WWE bought them, so couldn’t AEW have some legal issues here?

  2. I was thinking the samething.

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