Everything you need to know as live entertainment returns to the UK.
This event has been rescheduled. Fans who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster will be contacted by our Customer Services team with more information.
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11 June 2021 – Hurlingham Park, London (original tickets remain valid from 5 June 2020)
12 June 2021 – Hurlingham Park, London (original tickets remain valid from 6 June 2020)
13 June 2021 – Hurlingham Park, London (original tickets remain valid from 7 June 2020)
Note: The line-up and schedule of events will be confirmed at a later date.
Chesterson’s Polo in the Park is set to return to the nation’s capital this summer.
The hugely popular event takes place at South West London’s Hurlingham Park.
Now a firm fixture in London’s sporting and social calendars, Polo in the Park features a unique, fast-paced version of the traditional equestrian sport, aiming to make the game more accessible for both newcomers and seasoned followers.
Although the matches themselves are the main attraction, Polo In The Park also features a whole host of activities centred around food, fashion and family. Fans can shop the latest trends, enter style competitions, feast on the delectable street food delights at the Grazing Paddock, chill out in one of the many pitch-side bars and enjoy live music and DJs in the world-renowned Mahiki Tent, hosted by the famous Mayfair club.
For those wanting to make the day even more special, there’s a whole host of VIP and hospitality options available.
Check out the action from last year’s event below:
The weekend’s proceedings kick off with Frasers England Polo Team set to take to the field for an exciting international match.
Doors will open at 12:00 with the day’s four scheduled matches due to start at 14:30.
For those who can’t make it until later, evening tickets from 17:00 are available and fans will be able to catch both the London Team and Frasers England Team in action.
Ladies’ Day presented by Hurlingham Polo Association
Saturday at Polo in the Park is Ladies’ Day.
Ladies’ Day is a great excuse to dress up, enjoy a day of sporting action and shopping, and raise a glass of fizz to summer from the Lanson Champagne bar.
It’s also the day when the fiercely contested best-dressed competition is set to take place.
Doors open at 12:00 with the action kicking off at 14:00.
Family Finals Day
The last day will see one team crowned tournament champions.
With a firm focus on family, children under five are admitted free and there will be a pitch invasion from 11:00 hosted by children’s party entertainers Sharky and George.
Tickets for Chesterson’s Polo In The Park are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk