It’s that time again! The Atlanta Braves are gearing up for another all-star baseball season. Since winning the 2021 World Series, the Braves have consistently sold out Truist Park and gained fans across the world. Atlanta Real Estate Forum collected everything you need to know about watching the 2024 season, so you don’t strike out!

Watch From Your Couch

All Braves ball games are available on cable, including FOX, ESPN, MLB Network, TBS and Bally Sports. That means you can keep up with the action from the comfort of your home. When traveling out-of-state or without cable, games can be streamed through Apple TV+, FuboTV and ESPN+.

Get creative with friends and family to make the home viewing experience feel like the real deal. Grill hotdogs and burgers with neighbors before the game and crack open a beer during the first inning. Want that outdoor feel of the ballpark? Take your TV and seating outside to get the full experience.

Visit The Battery

Experience the excitement of the game from just outside the park. The Battery is full of vibrant restaurants, shopping and seating areas adjacent to Truist Park Stadium. Dine with family outside and enjoy live sound from the park during Live! at the Battery. Direct coverage of the game is available for every home game on a 32-foot screen in the Battery courtyard.

The Battery is family-friendly and full of interesting happenings throughout the weekend! Catch live entertainment, outdoor activities and more during the special gameday celebrations. Everyone in the family finds something to enjoy during Live! at the Battery.

Score a Seat at Truist Park

For a chance at catching a foul ball or to see your favorite team match-up, secure your ticket to Truist Park Stadium. Fans can look forward to brilliant fireworks displays during Friday games, giveaways, fan interactions and so much more inside the stadium.

To view the 2024 Atlanta Braves schedule, promotions and game times, visit

To buy tickets to upcoming games, visit

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