SunTrust Park

When Did the Atlanta Braves New Stadium Open?

SunTrust Park opened up on March 31, 2017. The previous home was Turner Field of the Atlanta Braves who are an MLB team. Unlike Turner Field, Sun Trust Park was built for baseball, so views, food options, and more are an instant upgrade. People may wonder where do the braves play today since Turner Field is no longer around, so the answer is SunTrust Park.


What is the New Location the Atlanta Braves New Stadium?

Outside of SunTrust Park

The previous ballpark that the Braves played in was Turner Field which was in Atlanta. With the new ballpark, the Atlanta Braves moved to Cumberland, Georiga which is only a few miles outside downtown Atlanta. The SunTrust Park address is 755 Battery Avenue, Cumberland Georgia which is home of the Atlanta Braves. Check out the SunTrust Park Parking guide if you plan to drive to the game.


What Time Does SunTrust Park Open?

Many fans ask when does SunTrust Park open, or what are the SunTrust open hours? The Braves open up their gates two hours before game time. The best gate to head to is the one out in right field which is known as the Chop House Gate.


What Team Plays at SunTrust Park?

SunTrust Park View from the Upper Deck

The Atlanta Braves who are a Major League Baseball team play at SunTrust Park. Since 2017, the Braves have been calling this venue home. The Braves are currently looking to host one of the next All Star Games in their new arena.


What are the Dimensions at Atlanta Braves Suntrust Park?

The SunTrust Park dimensions are as followed. The right field pole is 330, right center is 375, center field is 400, left center is 385, and left field is 335 from home plate.


What is the Capacity at SunTrust Park?

SunTrust fields hold just over 40,000 seats which are the new norm of modern ballparks. The current seating capacity falls around 41 to 42k seats. The largest crowd to date came in at 42,385 due to standing room sections in the playoffs in 2018.


Atlanta Braves Tickets

Getting baseball game tickets to Atlanta Braves can be more difficult when you compare it to other teams. In 2018, SunTrust Park had an average of over 30,000 fans per game, so most of the park was filled for match ups. Opening Day tickets will be challenging to snag due to the newness of the park and the options opening up at the Battery Atlanta. Braves fans should use SeatGeek, TicketMaster, Subhub, and more to find available seats especially when the team plays against the LA Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, Colorado Rockies, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, San Diego Padres, and Washington Nationals.


Nearby Parks

Fans can venture south of SunTrust Park to catch two games out in Florida. In Tampa Bay, you can catch a Tampa Bay Rays game at Tropicana Field. If you head south of Tampa, you will get to Miami which is where Marlins Park is.


Notable Features

Catching a Braves game is a lot of fun, but Cobb County makes this stadium stand out from others. Sitting out in the Chophouse Terrance (Chop House) and Deck area gives fans many options to socialize, eat, and drink during the game. Fans looking for that casual section with tons of beer and food would enjoy watching the game from this location.


Outside the main stadium, fans can check out other great food options like the Battery Atlanta. The Battery Atlanta is a section outside the main gates that allow fans many great options to do before a game. Corn hole tournaments, art showings, great dining options, concerts and more will be performing out before, during game day, and after games. This section of the field is similar to the New Busch Stadium’s “village park” section out in left field.


The Delta Sky360 Club Seats are the premium section within the arena. Fans will be on the field level, have wider seating sections, in food service, and more. Fans will also enjoy the lounges that are open to sitting members, so they can stay inside during cold nights or hot summer days and never miss the action.


The Coca-Cola section up in the upper deck in left field is also a fan favorite. In the upper deck, you will have great views of the entire ballpark without feeling too far away from home plate. The Coca-Cola section naturally gives you a free coke beverage with your ticket entrance, so that is a nice treat.