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Braves Announce $10M in Truist Park Upgrades for the 2024 Season

The Atlanta Braves have finished the first step of a multiphase plan to improve Truist Park.

The Atlanta Braves today announced a series of improvements to Truist Park for the 2024 season. 

Designed to enhance the fan experience, the $10M project included building 'Jim Beam Bourbon Decks' in left field, as well as renovating and expanding the rooftop spaces to accommodate larger groups and enhanced amenities. 


For the Jim Beam Bourbon Decks, located in sections 1423 and 143, the team built a new space that comes with preferred access to a 60'6 bar, matching the distance from the pitching rubber to home plate. The bar, which serves both fans on the concourse and in the private space, is named after iconic whiskey brand Jim Beam. 

Additionally, the organization has done work on the rooftop spaces, both adding more capacity and building additional amenities. 

The rooftop spaces can now accommodate groups as large as 210, with a new Blue Moon Beer Garden located on the Rooftop. 

It's approximately $10 million in improvements, per the team, and is just the first step in a "multiphase plan" designed to improve the fan experience in Truist Park over the coming seasons.

Opened in 2017, Truist Park is considered one of the premiere venues in all of Major League Baseball. Seating 41,000 fans in what is called an "intimate setting", the ballpark and the surrounding mixed-use development, The Battery Atlanta, are the reigning standard for modern ballpark construction. 

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