Ring of Honor announced Friday on their website that the company will be heading to the Pacific Northwest for the first in June with two shows called State of the Art that are coming to Washington State and Oregon.
The announcement indicates that the first show will take place on Saturday June 1 at the ShoWare Center in Kent, WA and Sunday June 2 at Viking Pavilion on the campus of Portland State University. Both shows will stream live for HonorClub members.
The on-sale date for tickets will be announced at a later date on Ring of Honor’s website.
You can read the full announcement below:
ROH Headed to Pacific Northwest For First Time
Ring of Honor is blazing to trail Kent, Wash., and Portland, Ore., this June, as The Best Wrestling on the Planet makes is long-long-awaited Pacific Northwest debut.
ROH State of the Art takes place on Saturday, June 1 at ShoWare Center in Kent, and then heads to Portland State University’s Viking Pavilion on Sunday, June 2. Both shows will stream live for HonorClub.
Keep it locked onto ROHWrestling.com for ticket on-sale information.
The Pacific Northwest has a rich tradition in pro wrestling, going back to the territory days when legendary promoter Don Owen brought in stars as Roddy Piper, Jimmy Snuka, Playboy Buddy Rose and Moondog Mayne.
ROH, which has always shown respect and appreciation for pro wrestling history, looks to continue the tradition of great pro wrestling in the Pacific Northwest by showcasing the top stars in the sport today.
With an influx of blue-chip free agents recently joining ROH’s talented roster, the action in ROH is hotter than ever and the future has never looked brighter.
There is nothing like the hard-hitting, in-your-face action that only ROH can deliver! See all of your favorite stars LIVE when ROH comes to Kent and Portland!