As noted, WWE live events are starting to be more brand distinct following the WWE brand extension last month, although there were still some RAW stars on the SmackDown tour and vice versa at this weekend's live events.
This Monday will be the first SmackDown WWE live event opposing RAW since the brand split. It will take place at the Four States Entertainment Center in Texarkana, AR. John Cena, WWE Champion Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton, AJ Styles and Bray Wyatt are all scheduled to appear. While Cena is not working most of the weekend WWE SmackDown live events going forward, he is scheduled for many of the upcoming Monday live events.
The regular SmackDown tours will now be from Saturday - Tuesday, while RAW is from Friday to Monday. RAW stars Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins are still scheduled for this Tuesday's SmackDown Live to work the dark match, but will stop working SmackDown dark matches after that.