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Scottsdale Polo Party Week is Finally Here

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Scottsdale Polo Party Week is finally here, and perfect weather is in the forecast for Saturday’s festivities.

Don’t forget . . .

Saturday, November 2nd is a day unlike any other in world polo.  Some ticketing categories are already sold out so get your ticket or table today by going to ThePoloParty.com or calling 480.423.1414.




Player’s Reception

Get in on the action Thursday, October 31st at the Scottsdale Art Walk for the First Annual Player’s Reception from 6pm-8pm at the Legacy Gallery on Main Street. Enjoy complimentary beer, wine and refreshments on us. After the reception, head on over to Riot House and Wasted Grain for some Halloween fun. Please RSVP.

Molina’s VIP Party

This is a party you will not want to miss out on. Join Molina Fine Jeweler’s in Phoenix on Friday, November 1st (if you are Molina ticket holder, or holder of Prime and All Access tickets). Enjoy complimentary drinks, appetizers and special performances from 6pm-8pm.

Arizona Club Polo Clinic

Have you ever wanted to know what it is like to be a World Class Polo Player? Come and learn to play polo on Sunday, November 3rd with the Arizona Polo Club and their polo clinic at noon on the polo field at WestWorld of Scottsdale. The cost is $100 per person. Please reserve your spot by emailing Arizona Polo Club HERE


All tickets, tables and tailgating for the 2019 event are now on sale at ThePoloParty.com. Or for group sales please call 480.423.1414. Some categories have already sold out! Sponsor and vendor questions should be sent to info@thepoloparty.com.

We hope to see you at “The World’s Greatest Polo Party” on Saturday and festivities before and after.


Fans line up for tickets on Day One of the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championship in 2018.
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