NWA partners with Vet Tix to offer free NWA 74 tickets to veterans
The National Wrestling Alliance has announced that it is teaming up with Vet Tix to offer free NWA 74 tickets to military veterans and their families. Here is the press release:
National Wrestling Alliance partners with Vet Tix to offer free tickets to American heroes and their families
ST. LOUIS – On August 27-28, 2022, the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) will continue to honor its 74-year history by returning to St. Louis for NWA 74, our largest two-day pay-per-view program ever. . event of the year.
As part of NWA Outreach – our ongoing effort to help the communities in which we travel – the NWA is proud to announce that we have once again partnered with Vet Tix, offering free tickets to all members of the military and veterans currently in service, including immediate family of KIA troops.
Vet Tix provides tickets to events that reduce stress, strengthen family bonds, create lasting memories, and encourage service members and veterans to stay engaged in local communities and American life. The organization supports our troops by honoring their service and providing positive family and life experiences during and after their years of service to our country.
“Our military, our veterans and their families have sacrificed so much for us to have a free and prosperous country. It is an honor and a privilege to offer them free tickets to our biggest show of the year,” said William Patrick Corgan, President and CEO of the National Wrestling Alliance.
Service members, veterans and their families can create an account at vettix.org for tickets and more information.
Tickets are on sale for both nights at NWATIX.com. NWA 74 will stream live on the FITE TV streaming platform for $39.99 for both nights as a standalone purchase, or pay-per-view is also included with the NWA All Access 49 Annual Pass. $99 available at
Last year, NWA 73 was an incredible success with the NWA bringing wrestling back to the Khorassan Ballroom at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel for the first time in decades. The event filled the ballroom to capacity while broadcasting the pay-per-view to thousands of fans around the world in dozens of countries.