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#1 agentofenton

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Posted 10 May 2017 - 09:02 AM

Attention Wrestling Fans! Jim Crockett Promotions, along with the National Wrestling Alliance and its partners Lutte Internationale and Smokey Mountain Wrestling are proud to present the Great American Bash Tour for 1985! We have a majority of venues and talent signed for this very special tour. Today, we are proud to announce the venues signed for July. We have TEN huge stadium shows planned on this year’s tour. Those stadium shows will feature at LEAST ten matches on the card. Even more impressive, each of these stadium shows will include the NWA World Heavyweight Championship being defended on each show. There will be ten different challengers from all over the world vying for the World's Championship. Even if one of the top challengers is victorious in his shot at the title, he will pick up where the previous champion left off on the tour and make those dates. It is a very exciting time in the NWA, with so many things going on, this is just the next step in bring the fans of professional wrestling something to look forward to in the month of July!  In addition to these huge wrestling shows, earlier in the afternoon, there will be a stage set up on one end of the venue for a few big concerts as well. One price, one ticket will get you a whole day of entertainment and action in your city! Concert talent and wrestling matches will be released in a few weeks as we get closer to the event. Tickets for these shows will go on sale June 1 at the box office.

The tour starts off on July 4th in Washington, DC at the RFK Stadium with the NWA’s first ever event at this venue! The BOLD dates and venues will have the addition concerts and one of the ten World Heavyweight Title defenses on the tour. Please make your plans and join us in a city near you!

July 4 - RFK Stadium {Washington, DC}

July 5 - Richmond Colisuem {Richmond, VA}

July 6 - Norfolk, VA {The Scope}

July 7 - Montreal, QB {Jarry Park}

July 10 - Ashville, NC {Civic Center}

July 11 - Greensboro, NC {War Memorial Stadium}

July 12 - Raleign, NC {Dorton Arena}

July 13 - Fayettevilla, NC {Cumberland City Civic Center}

July 14 - Charlotte, NC {Memorial Stadium}

July 17 - Myrtle Beach, SC {Municipal Stadium}

July 18 - Greenville, SC {Memorial Auditorium}

July 19 - Rockhill, SC {Winthorp Coliseum}

July 20 - Columbia, SC {Township Auditorium}

July 21 - Charleston, SC {Citadel Football Stadium}

July 24 - Jacksonville, FL {Gator Bowl}

July 25 - Savannah, GA {Civic Center}

July 26 - Columbus, GA {Municipal Auditorium}

July 27 - Atlanta, GA {Fulton County Stadium}

July 29 - Baltimore, MD {Baltimore Arena}

July 30 - Philadelphia, PA {Veterans Stadium}

July 31 - Toronto, ON {CNE Stadium}


Edit: Added the Baltimore Show. Moved the Atlanta show up a day to allow for travel.

#2 LowBlowPodcast

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Posted 10 May 2017 - 10:19 AM



Looks down at his booking sheet and shuffles some things around...

#3 gordi

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Posted 11 May 2017 - 06:10 PM

I'm really excited for this.

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