WWE made it official tonight… tickets go on sale March 16 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. The two-day event at Raymond James Stadium happens Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11. Fans will be able to purchase tickets to just one or both days.
Ticket prices for WrestleMania will range from $35-$2,500, according to WWE.com. Of course, that’s before ticket fees. There will be a presale fans can sign up for here. Ticketmaster has also now published the page you’ll be able to use to purchase tickets. It’s a good idea now to take a look at the seating chart so you’ll be ready on March 16.
The news was made official tonight at Monday Night Raw at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. WWE is hoping the second time is the charm. Tampa was actually supposed to host WrestleMania 36, but COVID-19 put a body slam on that idea. Since mass gatherings were prohibited, the event was moved to the WWE’s training center in Orlando.
Some of my WWF parking lot encounters from the ’80s…
I was a huge pro wrestling fans back in the WWF days of the ’80s. I found these photos from my Kodak Disc (remember those?) photos from the parking lot behind the Cumberland County Civic Center World Wrestling Federation events.
WrestleMania Stars Who Started in a Warehouse On Dale Mabry
Many WWE stars you see on TV got their start right here at a little warehouse in South Tampa.