As an Atlanta, GA native, Jonathan Kimpson loves to attend Atlanta Braves baseball games at Truist Park. Today he’s here to share his knowledge to break down the best ways to get the most out of your experience at Truist Park!
Purchase Your Tickets Wisely
For a stadium with 41,000 seats, you certainly have a large selection to choose from when purchasing tickets. While the Truist Park website proudly claims that the seats are “designed to maximize sightlines, making every seat feel like the ‘best seat in the house,’” there are still a few tips and tricks to utilize for choosing the best seats.
As with any baseball stadium, some seating sections are behind protective netting that must stay up for safety purposes in the case of fly balls and bats. So, if you don’t want your view of the game to be skewed, avoid purchasing tickets in the following sections: 1-9, 10-42, 107-143, Champions Suites (Suites A, B, 1-10).
Where To Buy
While you can still purchase tickets at a traditional booth outside the stadium, most fans have begun using online resources to get ahead on planning.
When purchasing tickets directly from The Braves website, they will automatically forward you to TicketMaster to complete your transaction. However, you also have the option to look for ticket availability on StubHub, which is deemed the “Official Fan to Fan Ticket Marketplace of braves.com.” So, both TicketMaster and StubHub are trustworthy sites you can safely use to purchase your tickets online.
Truist Park also offers Ticket Specials on certain nights, such as “Mastercard Mondays,” where you can receive a $25 Diamond Corner ticket.
When To Buy
One of the most exciting parts of going to a Truist Park game is the promotions, giveaways, and themed nights.
After every Friday night game in the summer, the stadium hosts a unique fireworks show. In addition, you can check out the stadium schedule for a list of special themed nights.
This season, there are also tons of upcoming giveaways. If you attend one of these nights, be sure to get to the game early because there might be limited resources.
If your family is planning on attending multiple games per season, it might be worth becoming a member of one of the various ticket package options. These include Season Tickets, Premium Tickets, VIP Experiences, and other Specialty Ticket packages.
If you’re interested in signing up for a package but aren’t sure which one is the best fit, then Truist Park suggests trying the Fielder’s Choice Ticket Plan. Designed as an introduction to their A-list memberships, it allows you to purchase a Braves ticket bank that can be redeemed for any number of tickets to any game of your choosing.
Pregame & Stretch Time (or… Food, Stores, & More)
Whether you get to the game early or you need to stretch your legs between innings, there are lots of fun things to do at Truist Park besides watch the Braves. Among the several restaurants and moveable concessions with all your favorite ballpark cravings and more than ten stores to check out new merch, there is also free live music before the games on certain weekend evenings!
Tours of the Stadium
Are you interested in seeing more of Truist Park? Take a tour and see features of the park you wouldn’t usually be able to during a game!
Tours take place at varying times throughout the week. They last approximately 1.5 hours, and tickets must be purchased in advance.
Events Held At Truist Park
Not a huge baseball fan? Don’t worry; Truist Park hosts lots of different events! The stadium is used for various community events and concerts throughout the year, so check their schedule for exciting upcoming events.
Truist Park can even help you host an event! From corporate meetings, tradeshows, birthdays, and rehearsal dinners – exclusive rooms can be rented for whatever occasion you’re planning.
Jonathan Kimpson of Atlanta, Georgia, hopes you found this Truist Park guide informative and helpful for planning your next visit! Be sure to follow Jonathan for more tourist tips for the Atlanta area.