Atlanta Braves Tickets from Front Row Seats
The Atlanta Braves 2016 season is set to be one of the most memorable years as baseball fans say goodbye to their home at Turner Field. For over twenty years, Turner Field has served as the main destination for Braves Nation and has offered a world of memories that include:
- The 1999 NLCS Walk-off Walk
- Chipper Jones’ Farewell
- The Legacy of Bobby Cox
- The Reunion Between John Smoltz, Greg Maddux, and Tom Glavine
- The 2000 All-Star Game, Home Run Derby
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In the heart of the South, baseball is a part of everyday life.Georgia is home to three time world series champion The Atlanta Braves, a household name across Georgia and the Carolinas. The 2015 is already underway and the excitement is building for another successful session at Turner Field. The 2015 Atlanta Braves are outperforming expectations for many baseball pundits and continue to be in the thick of the National League East Division pennant race.
The Biggest Games of the Season
Planning to take a trip to the diamond this summer in Atlanta? Front Row Seats has the best seats in the stadium so you can get the best view of some of your favorite Atlanta Braves baseball players. Here are a few of this seasons games against other top National League teams:
The Braves Vs. New York Yankees
Perhaps one of the biggest meetings of the Atlanta Braves season is against the 27-time world series champ, The New York Yankees.
The Braves Vs. St. Louis Cardinals
Eleven time world series champion, the Saint Louis Cardinals, are heading to the Peach state to take on the Atlanta Braves! The Cardinals lead the Central division in the National League but a loss to the Braves could hurt their chances of a solid season.
The Braves Vs. New York Mets
The New York Mets lead the East over the Atlanta Braves but that could change with a win by the Atlanta Braves through their multiple meetings during the 2016 season.
The Braves Vs. Washington Nationals
Want to see the Atlanta Braves take on the Washington Nationals? The Nationals have built a strong rivalry with the Braves, so every game matters in this series.
The Braves Vs. Miami Marlins
The Atlanta Braves have an edge over East division competitor, the Miami Marlins. Don't miss the Chris Stapleton postgame concert on Sunday, May 29 as the Braves play the Marlins at Turner Field.
Fun Family Events at Turner Field
Don’t just go to the games for baseball, take your kids to make it a family affair. Your family will have a fun and interactive experience while taking in the sights and sounds of Turner Field.
Celebrate Sundays with The Braves
Have you always wanted to give your kids the opportunity to run the bases that their favorite Braves baseball player runs every game? Make Sunday a family baseball tradition, and they’ll get the opportunity.
Each Sunday evening, kids ages 4 to 14 are invited onto Turner Field after the Braves game to run the bases like the pros! Just line up on the Hank Aaron Ramp near aisle 129 as the Braves game comes to an end. You may want to begin lining up in the 7th or 8th inning to get towards the front of the line. And don’t forget to take pictures!
Listen Live with the Summer Braves Concert Series
Looking for some live entertainment after the Braves baseball game? Well the Atlanta Braves gives it to you with a star-studded lineup that appeals to all crowds and it’s all for FREE! Join thousands of your closest Braves friends at Turner Field after the game for a free concert to end the night just right!
Atlanta Braves Fireworks
The sky doesn’t just light up with fire on the Fourth of July at Turner Field. Every Friday night, the Braves light the fireworks for the thousands of attendees. It’s another exciting part of Atlanta Braves baseball that turns your families into a night to never forget.
Come July 4th, your Atlanta Braves will take on the Philadelphia Phillies with a spectacular Independence Day Fireworks show that will light up the Atlanta sky over Turner Field. Spend the 4th of July with your Braves family and enjoy one of the best fireworks displays in the southeast.
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The most exciting part of your evening at Turner Field watching the Braves play is the memories you’ll create. Front Row Seats is dedicated to creating memories for you, your friends, family and more.
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Events at Turner Field
The Atlanta Braves offer many exciting promotions and events at Turner Field. Be sure to get your game tickets for these special events!
- Pre and post-game concerts included in ticket price (Previous acts include: Austin Mahone, Run DMC, Weezer, Steve Miller Band and Big and Rich!).
- Bobblehead gate giveaways
- Friday Night Fireworks
- Kids Run the Bases Sundays
- Military Family Month
- Bark in the Park
Beer Price at Turner Field: $7.25
Hot Dog Price at Turner Field: $4.25
Promotional Dates at Turner Field
Turner Field always has some amazing promotional nights and giveaways! If you're looking for a fun time in the ballpark, check out some of these exciting promotional nights for the Atlanta Braves, from bobblehead nights, Star Wars night, to Military Appreciation nights, there is always something going on at Turner Field!
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- 4/20/2016: Jackie Robinson Day
- 4/21/2016: Civil and Human Rights Education Day
- 4/22/2016: Braves Country Grab Bag
- 4/23/2016: Skip Caray & Pete Van Wieren “Famous Calls” Bobbleheads
- 4/24/2016: Alumni Sunday & Bark in the Park
- 5/6/2016: Asian American Heritage Night
- 5/7/2016: Boy Scout Day
- 5/8/2016: Teacher Appreciation Night & Kids Run the Bases
- 5/26/2016: Jewish Heritage Night
- 5/28/2016: Chipper Jones and Freddie Freeman ATV Bobbleheads
- 5/29/2016: Free Peanut Day
- 6/10/2016: Friday Night Fireworks, LGBT Night, & Tote Bag Giveaway
- 6/11/2016: Braves Country 5k
- 6/12/2016: TOPS “Final Season” Commemorative Baseball Card Giveaway
- 6/25/2016: Father – Daughter Day
- 6/26/2016: Prostate Cancer Awareness Day & Brick Bash
- 7/1/2016: Friday Night Fireworks & Star Wars Night
- 7/15/2016: Zombie Night
- 7/30/2016: 1991 “Worst to First” NLCS Replica Ring
- 8/18/2016: Andruw Jones “Spiderman Catch” Bobblehead
- 8/20/2016: Mother – Son Day & Postgame Concert by Tori Kelly
- 9/10/2016: Chipper Jones “2000 All-Star Game” Bobblehead
- 9/11/2016: Grandparents Day & 9/11 Remembrance Day
- 9/17/2016: Bobby Cox “Carried-Off” Bobblehead
- 9/18/2016: Postgame Concert by Matthew West
If you're headed to Turner Field, it's easiest to buy parking ahead of time! That way you know you have a guaranteed spot waiting for you. The best parking lots tend to sell out for popular games such as Fourth of July and Opening Day. 2016 is sure to be an interesting season for the Atlanta Braves, buy your parking now!
Turner Field Parking Lots
- Yellow Lot- Entrance on Central Avenue.
- Red Lot- Entrance on Central Avenue.
- Blue Lot- Entrances on Hank Aaron Drive and Fulton Street.
- Green Lot- Entrance on Hank Aaron Drive.
- Orange Lot- Entrance on Hank Aaron Drive.
- Gold Lot- Entrance on Hank Aaron Drive.
- Delta Medallion Lot- (Reserved for Delta Medallion SkyMiles Members)
- Silver Lots 1, 2, 3- (Only high volume games) These lots are all located near Fulton Street and Central Avenue.
If you're looking for parking at Turner Field, contact one of our friendly customer service representatives! We have the best prices on 2016 Atlanta Braves parking!
Tickets with 755 Club Access
The 755 Club offers membership to season ticket holders. Those who don’t want a full membership can purchase select tickets which already include access to the club. Front Row Seats offers many tickets with 755 Club access, as well as a 33% discount on select food and beverage concessions around the park.
The 755 Club offers two bars and a sit-down dining experience. Watch the game in style with air conditioning and flat-screen TVs. The 755 Club also has their own terrace section, with a great view of the field. If you're looking for a premium experience while attending a Braves game at Turner Field, tickets with 755 Club access are definitely the way to go!
Tickets with Suntrust Club Access
The Suntrust Club at Turner Field offers 143 seats just 43 feet behind home plate. Sitting in the Suntrsut Club section offers fans a view of home plate which is even closer than the pitcher's mound. The Club offers unlimited food and beverage offerings, as well as in-seat wait service.
Atlanta Braves Updates: After the All-Star Break July 2016
Immediately following the All-Star break in early July, The Atlanta Braves lost to the Colorado Rockies after giving up a grand slam in the ninth inning.
Although the boys in blue were the first to put up points against the Cincinnati Reds in the fourth inning, the Braves gave away three home runs in an 8 to 2 loss.
The rest of July did not fare well for the former world champions, ending the month with a 16 and 22 win/loss record, dropping five games straight against the Reds and Rockies respectively.
The month of July ended on a positive note with the 7th Annual Alumni Weekend taking place, as tens of thousands of fans were able to meet former legends and take home a 1991 NLCS Replica Ring.
The Future for Braves Nation: August 2016
Although history will not see the Braves compete in the 2016 MLB playoffs, there are still plenty of opportunities for fans to enjoy their last season at Turner Field.
The Atlanta Braves kick-off the month of August with a three-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates who remain 10.5 games behind in the NL Central Division.
After this series, the Braves will face the St. Louis Cardinals, Milwaukee Brewers, and the Washington Nationals over their next nine games.
Although The Brewers have not performed as well this year as they did in 2015, the Braves work is still cut out of them as they continue to struggle on the road against winning teams.
Landing the First Round MLB Draft Pick
As the Atlanta Braves look to reorganize the back and front end of their franchise before breaking into their new stadium in Marietta, Georgia, all eyes are now on their first-round draft pick Ian Anderson.
Anderson (19) hails from the small town of Clifton Park, New York and has been called by pitching coaches across the country as the “next great right handed pitcher” who can throw a fastball just as well as a curveball.
As a junior in high school, Anderson was 6-1 with a 0.66 earned run average (ERA), landing 91 strikeouts across the entire season.
What the future holds for the rookie pitcher is unknown but if he is able to offer the same type of leadership he displayed over the last three years, the Atlanta Braves might be able to draw others to the team who can strengthen their defense.
The Braves ended their two-game series against the Nationals with a 3–1 loss after Matt den Dekker, who had been called up from the Syracuse Chiefs just a few hours prior, hit a two-run double to right-center.
Despite opening up their next series with a four-run lead, the Braves gave up seven unanswered runs in a 7–4 loss to the Cardinals.
Atlanta also gave up an MLB record three home runs to pinch hitters. In the second of the three-game series against the Cardinals, the Braves allowed nine unanswered runs in a 12-2 loss.
After the loss, the Braves were the only team in the National League to have not won a single game yet. Atlanta closed out a three-game series against the Cardinals with a 12-7 loss.
Braves pitcher Daniel Winkler suffered an elbow fracture after pitching 6 2/3rd's innings.
Things didn't improve on the first road trip of the season as the Braves lost 6-4 to the Nationals and fell to 0-6 for the first time since 1988. Mallex Smith, who earned a hit in his MLB debut, left the game in the fourth inning after suffering a cut to his face by his helmet.
After eight scoreless innings in the second game of the series, Bryce Harper brought in two runs with a double to left the field and the Nationals won 2-1.
Home runs by Stephen Drew and Jayson Werth in the fourth inning handed the Braves their eighth loss of the season as the Nationals won 3-0.
The Braves ended their road series against the Nationals with a 6-2 loss.
After trailing 3-0 against the Marlins, the Braves scored six unanswered runs to win their first game of the season.
Jason Grilli earned his first save since July of 2015 with a 6-4 win over the Marlins in the second game of the series
The Braves endured the painful consequences of a rebuilding effort that began the winter before. Shelby Miller earned All-Star status, but the club's offensive woes also led him to become the first pitcher in Atlanta history to endure 24 consecutive winless starts.
Further showing their aggressive nature, Atlanta's front office traded Miller to the D-backs in December. The significant return included Atlanta native Dansby Swanson, who had been the Draft's top overall selection in June.
The Braves exceeded expectations throughout most of the season's first half after using a couple late July trades to further strengthen their farm system, they struggled mightily over the season's final two months and ended up with 95 losses -- their most since 1990.
- 6/16/2015: Struggling catcher for the Atlanta Braves, Christian Bethancourt has been to Triple-A. Ryan Lavarnway was called up from the minors.
- 6/15/2015: The Atlanta Braves defeated the Boston Red Sox Monday night, 4-2 at Fenway Park, giving the Braves a 31-33 record so far this season. Andrelton Simmons was hit by a pitch while trying to bunt, but seemed to be fine and stayed in the game. Next, the Atlanta Braves play the Boston Red Sox for a two-game home series at Turner Field, before facing the Mets for a three-game weekend series.
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- 6/2/2015: The Atlanta Braves have announced a partnership with MillerCoors at the new Suntrust Park. The new Chop House will be branded the Coors Light Chop House.
- 5/24/2015: The four-game series at Turner Field against the Milwaukee Brewers was a success for the Braves. Atlanta recorded three wins and one loss.
- 5/20/2015: The Braves ended the two-game series against the Tampa Bay Rays with one loss and one win.
- 5/18/2015: The Braves have come back from a three-game losing streak to a three-game win streak! Atlanta swept the Miami Marlins at Marlins Park, bringing their record to 18-19.
Right-handed pitcher Shelby Miller was close to pitching a no-hitter in game three of the series. Pinch-hitter Justin Bour ruined the no-hitter in the ninth inning, hitting his first pitch for a single. The Braves ended the game 6-0.
- 5/10/2015: The Atlanta Braves were swept by the Washington Nationals in a three-game away series in Washington. In the final game, Nationals pitcher Sammy Solis earned his first win in the major league, achieving a scoreless eighth inning. right fielder Bryce Harper, who had six homers in his previous three games, was 2-for-4 and now has 10 hits in his last 16 trips to the plate with a double, six homers, eight runs, and 13 RBIs.
The Atlanta Braves will now head to Cincinnati and then Miami, before returning to Turner Field for series against the Tampa Bay Rays and Milwaukee Brewers. Don't miss May 20th at Turner Field, Javy Lopez Bobblehead Day!
- 5/3/2015: The Atlanta Braves won against the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday afternoon, marking a 50/50 split for the series. Kelly Johnson and Johnny Gomes both recorded a homerun in the 0-5 win against the Reds on Sunday. Next, the Braves face a 3-game homestand against the Philadelphia Phillies.
- 4/29/2015: The Atlant Braves won one, and lost two in the home series against the Washington Nationals. Next, the Braves will continue a homestand with four games against the Cincinnati Reds.
- 4/26/2015: The Braves won one, and lost to in the road series against the Philadelphia Phillies.
- 4/23/2015: The Braves were swept by the New York Mets, losing three games in a row on the road.
- 4/20/2015: The Braves ended the series against the Toronto Bluejays with two wins and a loss. Next, comes an away series against the New York Mets April 21-23. The Braves will return home to Turner Field for series against the Washington Nationals, Cincinnati Reds, and Philadelphia Phillies.
- 4/20/2015: Braves left-handed reliever Andrew McKirahan has been suspended 80 games without pay for using a performance-enhancing substance.
- 4/15/2015: The Miami Marlins once again beat the Atlanta Braves in a Wednesday afternoon victory at Turner Field, 6-2.
- 4/14/2015: The Miami Marlins handed the Braves a resounding loss, 8-2.
- 4/13/2015: The Atlanta Braves defeated the Miami Marlins at Turner Field, 2-3.
- 4/12/2015: The Atlanta Braves' winning streak was ended on Sunday afternoon when the New York Mets defeated the Braves 4-3.
- 4/11/2015: Another 3-5 win against the New York Mets on Saturday night. The Atlanta Braves are undefeated so far in the 2015 season!
- 4/10/2015: Opening Day at Turner Field was a success for the Atlanta Braves. The team defeated the New York Mets 3-5.
- 4/8/2015: The Atlanta Braves swept the Miami Marlins, winning their third game in the series 2-0.
- 4/7/2015: The Atlanta Braves defeated the Miami Marlins on Tuesday night, scoring 7 runs in the first inning and winning with an overall score of 12-2.
- 4/6/2015: The Atlanta Braves defeated the Miami Marlins on Monday night, winning their first game in the 2015 season 2-1.
- 4/3/2015: The Atlanta Braves have acquired Trevor Cahill from the Arizona Diamondbacks.
- 4/2/2015: Braves reliever Vizcaino has been put on an 80-game suspension due to PEDs. Vizcaino has been optioned to Triple-A and will miss half the regular season. The 2015 Atlanta Braves season is sure to be an exciting one, with so many roster moves made in the off-season.
- 3/30/2015: The Atlanta Braves have released LHP James Russel, and cut RHPs Arodys Vizcaino and Michael Kohn from the camp roster, sending them down to the minor leagues. The fifth spot in the Braves starting rotation is till up for grabs, though Wandy Rodriguez is making a case for himself. Don't miss the Atlanta Braves play the New York Mets on April 10th for Opening Day at Turner Field.
- 3/27/2015: The starting pitcher for Braves Opening Day has been announced, Julio Teheran will be the first to pitch in the Braves 2015 season.
- 3/27/2015: Manny Banuelos, Eury Perez, and Williams Perez have been cut from the Atlanta Braves spring training roster and sent to the minor leagues.
- 3/25/2015: Forbes magazine, in releasing its annual ranking of Major League Baseball franchise values Wednesday, said the Braves are worth $1.15 billion.
- 3/18/2015: The Atlanta Braves and Comcast announced today a partnership to make SunTrust Park the most technologically advanced stadium and mixed-used development in the U.S. The new Braves stadium is scheduled to open for the 2017 season. Georgia State University is believed to be interested in purchasing Turner Field as their downtown Atlanta sports complex.
- 2/25/2015: Braves right fielder Nick Markakis doesn’t plan to be in the lineup when spring training games begin next week and said he’s not sure if he’ll be ready for opening day. Markakis had neck fusion surgery in December.
- 2/19/2015: Catchers and a pitcher will report tomorrow for Braves Spring Training at Champion Stadium. Position players will report on February 25th. The first spring training game of the season will be against the New York Mets on March 4th.
- 2/17/2015: The Atlanta Braves have agreed to terms with outfielder Eric Young Jr. on a one-year minor league contract for the 2015 season, and an invitation to Major League spring training.
- 2/11/2015: The Braves have signed Jose Veras and Matt Capps, closers, to minor league contracts. Both players are invited to major league spring training. Opening Day is April 10, 2015.
- 2/10/2015: John Hart announced on Monday that the Atlanta Braves have hired ex-Braves player Fred McGriff and ex-hitting coach Greg Walker. Atlanta Braves deals are available at Front Row Seats!
- 2/6/2015: The Atlanta Braves traded former top prospect Edward Salcedo to the Pittsburgh Pirates for minor league pitcher Bryton Trepagnier.
- 1/31/2015: The Atlanta Braves have traded Davis Hale and Gus Schlosser to the Colorado Rockies for two minor league catchers.
- 1/28/2015: The Atlanta Braves officially announced the signing of OF Dian Toscano on Wednesday to a four-year deal.
- 1/24/2015: Free-agent outfielder Jonny Gomes has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Atlanta Braves.
- 1/15/2015: Evan Gattis has been traded to the Houston Astros. The Braves acquired three prospects in the trade: right-hander Mike Foltynewicz, third baseman Rio Ruiz and right-hander Andrew Thurman. Atlanta Braves trade rumors are still flying!
- 1/10/2015: John Smoltz has been voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. See Braves make history, Check out the 2015 Braves schedule.
- 1/9/2015: The Braves and Angels traded prospects on Thursday, with left-hander Ricardo Sanchez headed to Atlanta in exchange for the third baseman Kyle Kubitza and right-hander Nate Hyatt. 2015 holds will be an interesting season!
- 1/7/2015: The Braves have signed left-handed pitcher Josh Outman to a one-year contract.
- 1/2/2015: The New York Yankees have traded Manny Banuelos to the Atlanta Braves for David Carpenter and Chasen Shreve.
Coming off a 96-win season and their first division title since 2005, the Braves entered 2014 with high expectations and exited the season with the understanding that it was one of the club's most disappointing in more than 20 years.
While the pitching staff exceeded expectations that were set when Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy were lost during Spring Training, the offense scored the second-fewest runs in the Majors.
General manager Frank Wren was fired in late September and the new front office, led by John Hart aggressively began strengthening the future by trading Jason Heyward, Justin Upton, and Evan Gattis.