Breast Cancer Awareness Day

This season, the Atlanta Braves, Kroger and the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer will team up for the 10th annual Atlanta Braves Breast Cancer Awareness Day on Saturday, October 1, 2016.

The day-long celebration of survivorship honors those who have courageously battled breast cancer, and raises awareness and funds to support research, education and advocacy for cancer patients and their families throughout Metro Atlanta.

Breast Cancer Awareness Pin

Survivors Receive:

  • One (1) free Outfield game ticket*
    (Additional tickets available for family and friends for $20 each plus a $2 convenience fee)
  • Atlanta Braves commemorative Breast Cancer Awareness Day t-shirt
  • Access to the pregame reception
  • Participation in "A Walk in the Park", a pregame on-field ceremony

*All ticket orders can be picked up day of game, beginning at 4 p.m. at the Braves Tent located in Monument Grove at the Ty Cobb statue. (Photo ID required)


Diamond of Hope Award

Submit your nomination for the 2016 Diamond of Hope Award!

The Atlanta Braves, Kroger and American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer are honoring inspirational breast cancer survivors who have engaged in the fight against breast cancer or assisted other survivors through their difficult struggle.

All entries must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Monday, September 26, 2016.


Pink Out Turner Field

Breast Cancer Awareness Day

Join the Atlanta Braves on Saturday, October 1 as we "Pink Out" Turner Field in the fight against breast cancer.

As part of the effort to "Pink Out" the ballpark, many related events will occur prior to the game, including the following:

  • All fans attending the October 1 game are encouraged to wear pink!
  • First 10,000 fans in attendance will receive Pink Tomahawks to show your support for survivors and fighters.
  • Learn how you can help Braves Country unite in the fight against breast cancer at the breast cancer awareness tables in Monument Grove, located outside the main gates.
  • Sign the Pink Wall in honor of loved ones affected by breast cancer, located in Monument Grove.
  • Stop by the stations set up inside of each gate to fill out a placard that reads "I Go Pink For..." to show your support for someone you know who has been affected by breast cancer.
  • Can't make it to the game? Print this placard at home and share photos of yourself with the sign using #ChopOutCancer on social media.