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Hank Aaron Weekend

Presented by Delta Air Lines

The Atlanta Braves will celebrate Hank Aaron Weekend presented by Delta Air Lines when the team comes home to face the Milwaukee Brewers, July 30 – August 1, 2021.

The 2021 Hank Aaron Weekend will showcase the standard of excellence Aaron established through his on-and-off-the field endeavors, honoring his place in the game of baseball and his work to advance social, civil, and human rights.

Complete coverage of Hank Aaron Weekend will also air during Braves telecasts on Bally Sports South, Bally Sports Southeast, and the Bally Sports app from Wednesday July 28 through Sunday, August 1.

As a purpose-driven company, Delta’s sponsorship of this weekend underscores the company’s commitment to actively seek diversity, boldly pursue equity and consciously promote inclusion within its walls and in the communities where it lives, works and serves.

Friday, July 30
Pregame Ceremony

A celebration of Hank Aaron through the lens of Black baseball, honoring Aaron for his baseball legacy and investment in the future of baseball for African Americans.

Saturday, July 31
Hank Aaron Invitational

In partnership with Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association, the Braves will host the top 44 elite high school baseball players from the Hank Aaron Invitational at the Jackie Robinson Training Complex in Vero Beach, Florida.

The players were selected to participate in a special showcase game on Saturday, July 31 at Truist Park. The game is open to the public and will begin at 9 a.m.

Chasing the Dream Foundation

During Saturday’s Braves-Brewers game, the Braves will highlight Aaron’s Chasing the Dream Foundation, which promotes youth development programming and opportunities.

Sunday, August 1
Hank Aaron Bobblehead Giveaway

First 15,000 through the gates will receive a Hank Aaron bobblehead, presented by Coca-Cola. Fans will randomly receive a bobblehead of Hank in one of the following jerseys: 1952 - Indianapolis Clowns, 1957 - World Series Championship, 1974 – 715th Home Run. ONE BOBBLEHEAD PER TICKET.

Hank Aaron Bobbleheads

Happening All Weekend


You have the Braves' guarantee that if any of the games for which you have tickets and/or a hospitality space at Truist Park (e.g. through A-List memberships, groups, ticket packages, etc.) are cancelled or have restricted capacity due to COVID-19, you have our promise that the value of the impacted game(s) will either be (a) credited to your Braves account (which can be used for the rescheduled ticket package date(s) or for future purchases) or (b) refunded in the same manner that the tickets were obtained.

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