Polo series kicks off on Saturday

Posted 5/28/24

The Newport International Polo Series XXXIII will present a schedule of polo matches, including its most popular rivalries against England, Ireland, Jamaica and Italy. Arrive early to enjoy pre-game …

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Polo series kicks off on Saturday

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The Newport International Polo Series XXXIII will present a schedule of polo matches, including its most popular rivalries against England, Ireland, Jamaica and Italy. Arrive early to enjoy pre-game refreshments, amplified music, games on the field, shopping and socializing. There is a Patio Bar, gourmet food trucks and a pro shop.

WHAT: Newport International Polo Series

WHEN: Matches are Saturdays at 5 p.m. from June to August and at 4 p.m. in September.

WHERE: The polo grounds of Glen Farm, 250 Linden Lane, Portsmouth

COST: Tickets for individual and group admission to lawn and pavilion seating, tailgate parking, season passes, official souvenirs and special events.

MORE INFO: www.nptpolo.com

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