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Atlanta Braves 2011 Promotional Schedule features savings, fireworks, and postgame concerts
03/28/2011 10:03 AM ET

The Atlanta Braves 2011 promotional schedule features two-for-$30 ticket offers every Tuesday and Wednesday, postgame fireworks every Friday, All Star Sundays when fans can meet Braves alumni and children 14 and under can run the bases, a series of Buck Belue $5 Buck Nights featuring $5 Lower Level Terrace Reserved Tickets, and the 2011 Summer Concert Series presented by Coca-Cola and Delta Air Lines featuring The Avett Brothers, Yacht Rock Revue, and The B-52s. The Braves Bobblehead Giveaway Series presented by Delta Air Lines is also back in 2011. Jason Heyward, Chipper Jones and Dan Uggla bobbleheads will be given away to the first 20,000 fans through the gates on Braves Bobblehead Giveaway Nights.

Multiple theme nights throughout the season also include:
  • Bark in the Park – The Atlanta Braves invite fans to bring their best canine friends to the ballgame for "Bark in the Park."
  • Big Night Out – Big Night Out includes a suite ticket for the game with a 3-course dinner prepared by ARAMARK's chef in the suite, cooking demonstration while you eat, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages (excludes liquor drinks), and one Green Lot Parking Pass. For more information, contact Dennette Thornton at 404-614-1493.
  • Girls Night Out – Girls Night Out packages includes an Outfield seat, a women's Braves hat and pink feather boa, access to a pregame party, and Friday Night Fireworks after the game. The Atlanta Braves will donate $5 of every Girls Night Out ticket to the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research. For more information, visit braves.com/gno or call Stacey Nicely at 404-614-1325.

MLB has awarded the Atlanta Braves to host the Civil Rights Game in 2011 and 2012. This year the Braves will host the 5th annual Civil Rights Game against the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday, May 15, which will highlight the largest collection of Civil Rights Game activities in the five-year history of the event, beginning on May 11. More information about the Civil Rights Game and the complete schedule of events and activities for that week is available at braves.com/civilrights.

The Braves complete promotional schedule follows and is available at Braves.com/promotions. New items and promotional days will be added throughout the season and all promotions are subject to change.

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