With three-X’s behind the next installment of WrestleMania, some might think it’s Triple-X rated. While that may be partially true, it also denotes – in Roman numerals – the number 30. The 30th annual staging of the WWE WrestleMania is coming to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on April 6, 2014.
Tickets for “The Super Bowl of Professional Wrestling” go on sale Saturday, November 16 at 10:00 Central Time and early purchases are strongly advised. For last year’s WrestleMania 29 in New Jersey, more than 52,000 of the 80,000 total tickets sold on the first day.
To avoid long lines and long waits at the Superdome box office, you can order your WrestleMania tickets online at any number of ticketing websites. Among them are Ticketmaster, Ticket Liquidator, ConcertTicketCenter and through the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) website itself. All tickets are subject to service charges and facility fees.
WrestleMania is also one of the world’s most widely watched Pay Per View events on cable television, logging over one million viewers in 2012. For those who can’t get tickets for the live event at the Superdome there are very likely to be any number of sports bars around the city tuned in to the event – especially in the French Quarter.
Aptly termed a “pop-culture extravaganza,” WrestleMania is more than just a one day event: it is a week-long celebration. WWE will take over New Orleans during WrestleMania Week with a wide range of special events. In addition to WrestleMania XXX, other activities will include:
Additional information on these and other events will be announced in the coming months at www.wrestlemania.com. And, since this is New Orleans – world-renowned for its music, food and ability to successfully stage large-scale events – WrestleMania visitors can expect musical entertainment, culinary offerings and other special happenings. These events will be posted on this website as they become known