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2021 World Series Atlanta Braves parade route and road closures

What areas will be affected by the parades for the homecoming Atlanta Braves and the World Series Trophy across the city of Atlanta and Cobb County?

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Atlanta Braves fans celebrate near Truist Park, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021, in Atlanta. The Atlanta Braves have won their first World Series championship since 1995, hammering the Houston Astros 7-0 in Game 6.  (AP Photo/Rita Harper)
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The World Series Champion Atlanta Braves have arrived back in Georgia to rapturous applause. They would like to give their beloved city and all of its inhabitants a chance to share in the win, so they have organized a parade that takes in two locations, one in the city of Atlanta, and the other near Truist Park in Cobb County.

2021 Braves parade: Braves route, time

Parade Date: Friday, November 5th


Start time: 12:00 p.m. EST 


Parade Route: The parade will begin at noon Friday. The path will start at Centennial Olympic Park, Peachtree Street and Marietta Street and go to Peachtree Street and 10th Street, then the parade will relocate to Truist Park in Cobb County.

Attendance is free, but must be reserved in advance. No proof of vaccination is required, however COVID-19 regulations must be followed. Tickets will be available tomorrow at www.Braves.com/parade. Premium and A-List Members and Braves Insiders will receive early access to reserve their tickets, beginning at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., respectively. Tickets will be available to the general public beginning at 1 p.m.

Capacity at the battery will be limited and those without tickets will be let in on a first come first serve basis.

Atlanta police indicated that they expect a crowd of one million people to attend.

The Cobb Department of Transportation tweeted about major traffic impacts to Cobb Parkway, from Riverwood Parkway to Battery Avenue. “Please plan accordingly.”

Owing to anticipated traffic and logistics concerns, public school closures have been announced across the Atlanta metro area, including Fulton, Cobb and DeKalb counties as well as Marietta City Schools.

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