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2021 World Series Atlanta Braves Parade: route, artists, times, TV, how to watch

The Atlanta Braves will take to the streets to celebrate their fourth World Series. The parade ends at Truist Park where the post-parade party will begin.

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The Atlanta Braves will take to the streets to celebrate their fourth World Series. The parade will end at Truist Park where a live concert will be held
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The Braves were crowned World Series champions for the first time in over a quarter century, and they are going to party like it’s 1995 in Atlanta.

All of Atlanta will celebrate at noon on Friday

The Braves shutout the Houston Astros 7-0 in Game 6 of the World Series on Tuesday night, and the celebrations haven’t stopped since in the Peach State. The championship parade where the team will cruise through the city is set for Friday at noon.

There are over a million people expected to line the streets of Atlanta to celebrate the first title the city has seen since the turn of the millennium.

Route goes up Peachtree, and then to Cobb County

The parade will be celebrated in two different locations. The players and coaches will begin the mobile celebration around Olympic Park on Peachtree Street and Marietta Street. It will travel north up Peachtree Street until 10th Street before hitting the intersection and heading to Cobb County.

The parade will continue on Cobb County Parkway on the corner of Riverwood Parkway, and run until they reach Truist Park and the Circle 75 Parkway.

The party won’t stop at the end of the route, there is a party and concert that will be held inside the Braves stadium with two of Atlanta’s biggest hip hop stars.

Ludacris and Big Boi headline post-parade celebrations

“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 to the celebration are free, but must be reserved in advance. Those without tickets will be allowed in on a first come first serve basis given the limited capacity allows it.

There will be even more cause for celebration as schools in Marietta and Cobb County will be closed Friday in anticipation for heavy traffic around the area.

How to watch the parade

You can find tickets to the parade at www.Braves.com/parade. If you can’t make it to the festivities you can watch the entire celebration on MLB Network or stream the parade on MLB.com. The coverage will start at the same time the parade begins at 12 p.m. ET on Friday, November 5th.

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