How to watch Braves’ World Series parade if you can’t attend

Festivities will begin at noon, and will be televised and livestreamed on WSB-TV and other networks

On Friday, Atlanta is going to party like it’s 1995.

Some kids will be out of school, and people will not only line downtown’s streets but also will fill Truist Park to celebrate the Braves as World Series champions.

Not everyone will be able to join in the festivities in person, however. That doesn’t mean we have to miss out on seeing the parade and concert.

WSB-TV, Atlanta’s ABC affiliate will broadcast live throughout the day and will livestream on

Coverage of the parade and team celebration will be televised live on Bally Sports South and Bally Sports Southeast, and beginning at 11:30 a.m.

You can also tune in to the MLB Network for the entire celebration or stream the parade on Coverage will begin at noon Friday.

“I’m just so looking forward to Friday. It’s going to be amazing,” Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman told fans who met the team’s plane as it returned from Houston. “This is everything we worked for, and everybody contributed.... This is what we work for every single year and we were able to accomplish it this year.”

Follow live updates Friday from AJC journalists along the parade route

The Braves are planning a two-part parade beginning at noon Friday. It will start in downtown Atlanta and culminate in Cobb County with a concert inside Truist Park featuring Atlanta natives Ludacris and Big Boi.

Although anyone can line the streets of the parade route, free tickets are required for Truist Park festivities and must be reserved.

Tickets and prepaid parking passes for the celebration at Truist Park will be available today at Premium and A-List members and Braves Insiders will receive early access to reserve their tickets. Tickets will be available to the public beginning at 1 p.m.