Braves set to unveil multi-million dollar upgrades at Truist Park starting in 2024

Truist Park was already a great atmosphere to take in a ballgame, but the Braves are stepping up the ballpark environment even more.

Division Series - Philadelphia Phillies v Atlanta Braves - Game Two
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Truist Park is entering it's eighth year of existence in 2024. It has served as the Atlanta Braves home-field since 2017, and provided a great lift to the team since it's birth. The Braves have a record of 298-217 at home since Truist Park opened.

Now, Truist Park will be experiencing it's first big renovation since it's opening. The team announced on Tuesday that they are investing an approximant $10 million into the first phase of a multiphase plan of upgrades to Truist Park.

2024 Truist Park upgrades will make a lot of fans very happy

The first phase of upgrades is set to be complete before the Braves home opener on April 5th. These upgrades include "Jim Beam Bourbon Decks" alongside sections 142 and 143, a new "Blue Moon Beer Garden" in the Rooftop, and finally an added 1,500 square ft. and doubled number of checkout points to the Braves Clubhouse Store in an attempt to enhance the flow for shoppers.

Braves President and CEO, Derek Schiller said, "With these renovations, we will be protecting and reinforcing the elements that work well, while upgrading and innovating the ballpark to provide the unparalleled experience that visitors have come to expect at Truist Park."

Exciting news for Braves fans to know that their constant support and effort to make so many home games a sellout capacity crowd, is being directly rewarded with high-profile upgrades. As previously mentioned, this is just phase one of a multiphase plan, so more upgrades to Truist Park are in the near future.

We will provide any and all updates to future renovation plans at Truist Park when they are made available. For now, 2024 seems to be an exciting year for Braves fans to watch a talented team at one of the best home-field environments in all of sports. And I'm sure for most fans, the home opener can't get here fast enough!

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