Braves World Series Celebration this Friday!
November 4, 2021 - Fans heading to the Cumberland area to participate in Friday’s Braves World Series Championship parade are being advised to arrive in the area early and anticipate heavy traffic in the area throughout the day.
The procession through Cumberland is expected to start at 2 p.m. It will start on Cobb Parkway at Riverwood Parkway and proceed to Cobb Parkway at Battery Avenue.
Here is some advice if you are planning on joining the celebration:
- Fans who receive tickets to the celebration inside Truist Park should get parking at the time they secure their tickets and proceed directly to the stadium. Braves parking lots will open at 9 a.m. and require a purchased ticket.
- Anyone coming to watch the parade procession should plan on heavy traffic and avoid Cobb Parkway. People are advised to carpool, use a ride service, and use a traffic app like Waze to get into the area.
- Road closures along and near the parade route could start as early as 10 a.m.
- Most of the parking along the parade route is privately owned, so fans should make sure they find a lot that is available for celebration parking.
- Anyone who watches the procession south of I-285 and wants to walk toward Battery Atlanta should NOT attempt to cross under the interstate along Cobb Parkway. They should instead use the pedestrian bridge accessible from the Galleria parking lot.
- To ensure the safety of all guests, The Battery Atlanta will have limited capacity during the celebration. Access for non-ticket holders will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.
See the attached map for road closures in the area. Cumberland Boulevard will be the primary detour route during much of the day.
Thank you and Go Braves!
The Atlanta Braves are bringing the World Series trophy home to Cobb County! Join the celebration of the first championship for the Braves since 1995!
Atlanta Braves to Host World Series Championship Parade and Celebration THIS Friday, November 5, at 12 p.m.
Post-parade team celebration and concert with Ludacris and Big Boi inside Truist Park; tickets are FREE and will be available at 1 p.m. TOMORROW with A-List Members and Braves Insiders given early access
ATLANTA (November 3, 2021) – The Atlanta Braves are 2021 World Series Champions! The team will host a World Series Championship Parade and celebration this Friday, November 5, beginning at 12 p.m.
The parade route will begin at the corner of Marietta Street NW and Peachtree Street and travel North up Peachtree to 10th Street. The second phase of the parade will then continue through Cobb County on Cobb Parkway, beginning at the corner of Riverwood Parkway and culminating at Circle 75 Parkway.
Braves Country is invited to line the parade route to cheer on their World Series Champion Atlanta Braves. Fans can also watch the parade and join the post-parade celebration and concert with Atlanta natives and Grammy Award-winning artists, Ludacris and Big Boi inside Truist Park. The Braves encourage fans to arrive early.
Tickets will be free but must be reserved in advance. Tickets and parking passes for the celebration at Truist Park will be available TOMORROW at www.Braves.com/parade. Premium and A-List Members and Braves Insiders will receive early access to reserve their tickets, beginning at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., respectively. Tickets will be available to the public beginning at 1 p.m.
To ensure the safety of all guests, The Battery Atlanta will have limited capacity on Friday, November 5, during the celebration. Access for non-ticket holders will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. The Braves strongly recommend pre-purchasing parking.
Complete coverage of the World Series Championship Parade and team celebration will air live on Bally Sports South, Bally Sports Southeast, the Bally Sports app, and Twitter @BravesOnBally beginning at 11:30 a.m. ET. The Bally Sports crew will be embedded throughout the city and The Battery Atlanta, including host Chip Caray; studio analysts Brian Jordan and Peter Moylan; and reporters Paul Byrd, Kelly Crull and Nick Green. Local channel listings can be found here.
To ensure the safety of all guests, The Battery Atlanta will have limited capacity on Friday, November 5, during the celebration. Access for non-ticket holders will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Also, watch out for significant traffic delays in the area around Battery Atlanta throughout Friday afternoon. Major impacts to traffic & bus service anticipated. Known areas of impact include Cobb Pkwy (Riverwood Pkwy to Battery Ave) & cross streets. Please plan accordingly. Details will be shared as available.