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The Miz Joining JoJo Siwa, Snoop Dogg & More At WrestleMania 39 Launch Party

WWE Superstars and celebrities are headed to the SoFi Stadium to kick off an official WrestleMania 39 Launch Party and ticket pre-sale.

Split image of The Miz, Gabriel Iglesias, and Jojo Siwa

Although it seems like WrestleMania 38 just happened, WWE is already looking ahead to next year’s extravaganza in the ring and getting people excited to buy tickets with a star-studded launch party. 

On Tuesday, the official Instagram account for SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, which will play home to the show, announced it will host the official WrestleMania 39 Launch Party on Aug. 11. That’s not all — joining the spectacle will be Superstars Bianca Belair, her husband Montez Ford, Angelo Dawkins, and “Miz & Mrs” star Mike “The Miz” Mizanin. 

In addition to the WWE celebrities joining the live event, stand-up comedian Gabriel Iglesias, music icon Snoop Dogg, and YouTube sensation JoJo Siwa will be there to ring in the very first pre-sale of WrestleMania 39 tickets, which go on sale to the general public the next day. 

The post on the venue’s page notes that admission to the Launch Party is free and promises those who show up will be treated to “live in-ring matches and interviews with WWE Superstars, celebrity appearances, official WWE merchandise and more.” 

WWE previously announced the SoFi Stadium will play home to the big show, taking place April 1, 2023. It’s being billed as a Hollywood-centric event that’s already promised the presence of Superstars like Roman Reigns, Bianca Belair, Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Seth “Freakin” Rollins, and Kevin Owens.

As if that weren't enough, the organization announced last week it’s already picked out the venue for the event's follow-up. Mark your calendars because Philadelphia will officially host WrestleMania 40 from April 6-7, 2024. This will mark the first time the city has hosted the event in 25 years. 

“We are proud to welcome WWE fans from around the world to Philadelphia to be a part of this historic WrestleMania. The week-long series of events will help put a global spotlight on our great city while also generating a major impact for our local economy," Philadelphia’s Mayor, Jim Kenney, said in a press release.

There’s a lot of time between now and WrestleMania 39, but it’s sure to be a massive buildup to some of the most impressive bouts of the year. So, fans who want to venture to California for the big show may want to lock themselves in now. 

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