Most home refrigerators are pretty dry by comparison, but the “professional” style and commercial reach in and walk in coolers are much more humid and will cause condensation to form when the cake is brought out of refrigeration. Even after only a few hours in some cases, so typically if I am covering cakes for the next day’s work, I will put each tier in a large sheet pan bag to help minimize the sweating. It doesn’t eliminate it, but it manages it and even though you may be using a fondant that claims it doesn’t form condensation, it’s not true!
If you live in a climate where heat/humidity are an issue, the condensation can form after you take the cake from your home fridge to bring it to your party. If it appears, it will eventually evaporate but that takes a few hours.