WWE is currently hosting all events and pay-per-views at closed sets, including its Performance Center in Orlando, FL.
The company generally books dates and venues well in advance, and the remainder of 2020’s pay-er-view schedule has now been releaved.
According to Wrestlevotes, the following dates and cities are internally listed for pay-per-view events.
While the dates and PPV events will likely remain the same, the host cities are subject to change due to the ongoing health crisis.
WWE is planning on allowing fans attend events when permitted, which is now up to direction at a State level.
It’s believed no events will fans will happen before July.
I’ve asked a source for an update on live events returning. Status quo as of now. The plan remains to return to live audiences when permitted, which then depends on each state. Still a tricky situation. I wouldn’t hold my breathe for anything prior to July.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) May 19, 2020
WWE SummerSlam was originally scheduled to take place in Boston, MA, but will likely be moved to another location due to the city not allowing large events until after Labor Day.