After thousands of fans (sans World Series tickets) packed the Battery Atlanta complex outside Truist Park for Game Five Sunday evening, leading officials to temporarily close the development, the Braves organization plans to hold an official World Series watch party at the ballpark Tuesday night for Game Six.
The Braves are back in Houston for games six and seven of the Fall Classic.
Seating for the World Series watch party at Truist Park is first come, first served, with tickets starting as low as $10 for seats in the Lower Level (foul pole to foul pole) and Terrace Level, and up to $75 per person for a spot on the outfield grass. There’s also $20 seating in the Infiniti Club. All food and drink concessions inside the stadium, along with the many restaurants and bars throughout the Battery complex, will be open for business before and during the game.
Gates open at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 2, with the first pitch set for 8:09 p.m. ET.
After leading for much of Game Five on Halloween night, and nearly clinching the title, the Braves ended up losing to the Astros 9-5. However, the Braves still lead the series 3-2. Should there be a Game Seven in Houston on Wednesday night, the Braves organization plans to again open Truist Park to fans.
For those looking to cheer on the Braves beyond Truist Park, Eater rounded up a few other watch parties to consider attending, along with some food and drinks specials from Atlanta-area restaurants and bars. This includes watching the game on the big screens at S Bar inside Silverspot Cinema and two-story sports bar Sports and Social, both located at Battery Atlanta.
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