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SunTrust Park opens all gates 1.5 hours prior to the start of the game. The Chop House gate (located in right-center field) will open 2 hours before the ballgame to allow fans to watch batting practice from the Homerun Porch seats.
Atlanta Braves 2017
The Atlanta Braves 2017 season is set to be one of the most memorable years as baseball fans head to the Braves new home, Suntrust Park! With so many amazing additions, the new park is sure to be a big hit!
- Completely redesigned Chop House
- Delta SKY360 Club
- Terrace Club
- Suntrust Club
- Exciting new dining options
- Amazing Post-Game Concerts: Jake Owen, MC Hammer, and Fitz and the Tantrums
- Tons of giveawys: Tote bags, magnetic calendars, Tomahawk hats, Hank Aaron statues, and much more!
- Fun theme nights, such as Star Wars Night and Superhero Night!
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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.
Premium Seats at SunTrust Park
For the best Dugout views, choose Dugout Infields. These sections range from 16-21 on the Braves side. Sections 31-35 are on the Visitor’s side. These seats allow fans to sit directly behind the dugout.Many Dugout seats also offer a $10 added credit per ticket, along with exclusive access to the Dugout Club.
SunTrust Club seats are the most exclusive area in the ballpark. These seats offer all-inclusive food and beverage, in-seat wait service, padded seats, and access to the SunTrust Club! Arguably the best view in the stadium. These seats are closer to home plate than the pitcher’s mound! SunTrust Club seats range from section 1-9, and there are only 160 available for each game.
These seats are located behind home plate and between the dugouts, directly behind the SunTrust Club. The seats are located in sections 22-30. Chairman seats include all-inclusive food and beverage, in-seat wait service, padded seats, and access to the Delta SKY360 Club.
The Executive section is located directly behind the Chairman section, in sections 122-130. These seats offer all the same perks of the Chairman seats. Enjoy all-inclusive food and beverage, in-seat wait service, and padded seats, and access to the Delta Sky360 Club.
Only fans with reserved ChopHouse tickets are allowed in this special area. Enjoy three levels of ChopHouse fun, which includes two party decks! There is even a field level seating area, which allows fans to feel like they are dining right on the field next to their favorite players! These seats include a $10 value per ticket, in-seat service, and a cup holder.
Infiniti Terrace Club
Terrace Club seats are on the 200 level in sections 220-231. Infiniti Terrace Club seats offer an amazing view of the entire field, while still being situated directly behind home plate. These seats also offer some great incentives: A $15 added value is included with each ticket, and these seats also come with their own exclusive club. The Terrace Club offers a signature bar, along with two additional barsand upscale food options.
Fun Family Events at SunTrust Park
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 into SunTrust Park 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 SunTrust Park 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 SunTrust Park. 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.
- Braves vs. Astros – Tuesday, July 4 at 7:35 pm
Baseball is America’s favorite past time, so why not spend Independence Day watching a fun game at SunTrust Park? On the fourth, the Braves play a Tuesday night game against the Houston Astros.
Pre-game, the Braves salute our military and honor the troops by unfurling a giant American flag over the field. After the game, enjoy the Southeast’s best fireworks display over the stadium! The show will will feature a beautiful display of pyrotechnics, tuned to patriotic music, that will light up the Atlanta skyline in red, white and blue.
The Atlanta Braves do so many great giveaways! From hats to t-shirts, magnetic schedules to tote bags, each giveaway is exciting. The Braves will even throw in a free postgame concert from time to time! But throughout the years, bobbleheads have been the most popular giveaway of all time! These are an amazing souvenier to keep for years to come, so don’t miss the awesome Braves bobblehead giveaway games at Suntrust Park! The first 20,000 first through the gates will receive these special keepsakes.
- Ender Inciarte Bobblehead, May 19- Braves vs. Nationals
- Bartolo Colon Bobblehead, June 9- Braves vs. Mets
- Dansby Swanson Bobblehead, June16- Braves vs. Marlins
- Matt Kemp Bobblehead, July14- Braves vs. Diamondbacks
- Freddie Freeman Bobblehead, August 25- Braves vs. Rockies
Alumni Weekend at SunTrust Park
August 4-6 is Alumni Weekend at SunTrust Park with the Atlanta Braves. Fans will be on the lookout for former Braves Greats around the stadium. With opportunities for photographs and autographs, this is definitely one not to miss! Check out these great events during Alumni Weekend at SunTrust Park:
Friday, August 4
- Friday Night Fireworks: It’s a Friday night game at SunTrust Park. That means awesome Friday Night Fireworks postgame!
- Gate Giveaway: The Braves have planned a super secret gate giveaway for August 4th. The first 20,000 fans through the gates will receive a special surprise.
Alumni Autographs: The entire weekend will be dedicated to Braves Alumni. On Friday between 6pm and 7pm, Braves greats of the past will be available around the park for a meet and greet! Keep a close lookout for these living legends, and grab an autograph or two! A map of autograph stations will be provided when entering the park.
Check out some of the players to meet:
And many more!
Saturday, August 5
Alumni Weekend Parade: Alumni Weekend continues with surprise visits from former Braves Players! At 4:30 PM, fans will line the streets of The Battery for a Braves Legends parade. Braves greats of the past will be available to meet and sign autographs. The parade will begin at the intersection of Battery Avenue & Heritage Court and travel down Battery Avenue.The parade ends at Circle 75 Pkwy.
- Alumni Introductions and Softball Home Run Derby: At 5:30 PM, Braves Legends will walk a red carpet as they are introduced onto the field. Following introductions, the Legends will square-off for a fun, but competitive Softball Home Run Derby!
Sunday, August 6
- Alumni Selfies: What’s your most epic selfie? Surely not more epic than a field level selfie with an Atlanta Braves alumni. Former Braves greats will be available for photos postgame!
- Baseball Card Giveaway: The first 40,000 fans through the gates will receive a Braves player pack of Topps baseball cards.
- Kids Run the Bases: After the game, Kids 14 and under can line up and run around the bases just like their favorite Braves players!
SunTrust Park FAQ
What Can I Bring into SunTrust Park?
Fans are allowed one bag per person at the park. Bags cannot be any larger than 16"x 16"x 8"
Soft-sided coolers, without the plastic liner, will be permitted at SunTrust Park, however hard coolers and ice chests are not allowed!
Fans can bring food to the park, as long as its inside a clear gallon-sized plastic bag. You may also bring one sealed bottle of water.
Personal radios or TVs, are allowed as long as headphones are utilized!
Selfie sticks are prohibited!
In case of rain, umbrellas are permitted.
Fans may bring a stroller into the stands, as long as it can fold under the seats.
Do Kids Need Tickets?
Children age two and under will be permitted to the park without a ticket, however they must sit in the lap of an adult! Any child age three or older will require their own ticket.
Are Uber and MARTA Services Available at SunTrust Park?
The Atlanta Braves and Uber have partnered to get fans safely to SunTrust Park and home again! Drivers are stationed at the intersection of Windy Ridge Parkway and Heritage Court. Head to that intersection to be picked up by your Uber driver.
To travel to SunTrust Park via Marta, head to the Arts Center Marta Station. Cobb County's CobbLinc Bus 10 travels near SunTrust Park, and the transfer is free! Exit the Bus at Cobb Parkway and Windy Ridge Road, and it is a 10 minute walk up Windy Ridge Parkway to the stadium.
Does SunTrust Park do the 50/50 Raffle?
One of Turner Field's most exciting traditions made its way to SunTrust Park! The 50/50 raffle tickets are sold from the time the gates open, until the sixth inning. The winning numbers are posted during the 7th inning!
If cash is needed for the 50/50 raffle or any other reason, SunTrust Park has six ATMS in the following locations:
- First Base Gate Section 118
- Third Base Gate Section 133
- Terrace Level Section 216
- Terrace Level Section 235
- Upper Level Section 320 & 331
What is The Battery Atlanta?
The Battery Atlanta is the area around SunTrust Park, overflowing with excitement! Check out these fun features of The Battery Atlanta:
Live! At the Battery
Shops (Baseballism, Mizuno, Harley-Davidson, Dress Up, Sugarboo &CO)
Amazing Food (Todd English, Antico, Wahlburgers, The El Felix, Punch Bowl, Goldbergs)
...and much more!
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The most exciting part of your evening at SunTrust Park 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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If you're headed to Suntrust Park, 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. 2017 is sure to be an interesting season for the Atlanta Braves, buy your parking now!
Suntrust Park Parking Lots
- Battery Red Deck:
- 2565 Circle 75 Parkway SE
- Opens at 9:30 a.m.
- Battery Delta Deck:
- Front Row Seats has limited availability in this highly sought after parking lot
- 1900 Circle 75 Parkway SE
- Opens 3 hours before first pitch
- Braves Lot 9:
- 900 Circle 75
- Weekdays: Opens 5:30 p.m.
- Weekends: Opens 4 hours before first pitch
- Less than 5 minute walk to the ballpark
- Braves Lot 11:
- 1100 Circle 75
- Weekdays: Opens 5:30 p.m.
- Weekends: Opens 4 hours before first pitch
- Less than 5 minute walk to the ballpark
- Braves East 44:
- 280 Interstate North Circle SE
- Weekdays: Opens 6:00 p.m.
- Weekends: Opens 4 hours before first pitch
If you're looking for parking at Suntrust Park, contact one of our friendly customer service representatives! We have the best prices on 2017 Atlanta Braves parking!
Atlanta Braves: Food and Beverage
- First & Third Hot Dog Shack- Section 156
- Fox Bros BBQ- Section 150
- Terrapin Taproom- Section 161
- Chick-Fil-A- Sections 143, 221, 224
- H&F Burger- Section 155
- Braves Big Bite- Section 113
- 1871 Grille- Section 141
- Intentional Wok- Section 148
- Gu’s Dumplings- Section 148
- The Slice- Section 150
- Taco Factory- Section 151
- Field of Greens- Section 156
- Waffle House- Section 311
- The Carvery- Section 312
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.
6/15/2015: 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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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.
4/20/2015: 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.
4/8/2015: 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.
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.
3/18/2015: 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.
2/11/2015: 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.
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.