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Braves to start with 33% capacity for home games

Capacity limits will be revisited before each homestand

Fans Pay Tribute After Death Of MLB Hall Of Famer Hank Aaron Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images

The Braves have announced their capacity plans for fans at Truist (ugh) Park for the upcoming 2021 season. In brief:

  • Capacity will be limited to 33 percent, at least initially.
  • This cap will be reevaluated ahead of each homestand.

If you’re an A-list member or a single game ticket buyer, you presumably should have already received an email outlining your options. For everyone else, single game tickets will go on sale on March 30.

Seating will primarily be done in distanced pods of two or four fans each. The Braves have announced that additional safety measures will be in place, such as contactless ticketing and “ordering” (concessions).

For all the details, see:

The Braves’ first homestand of the year begins on April 9, when they host the Phillies. (They will also play the Phillies for their season opener.)

This is all still a fairly fluid situation, so stay tuned for more on this front.

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