Bethpage Polo At The Park Back In The Saddle On Sunday

Bethpage Polo at the Park is back and taking it to the next level. Sunday, June 4, is opening day and the excitement is building.

In addition to watching exciting polo matches, there will be many fun options to enjoy. It’s SUNday FUNday at Bethpage Polo at the Park—a unique day of never ending entertainment for everyone.

Played for more than 2000 years, Polo—also recognized as “The Sport of Kings”—is one of the only sports that is celebrated and played worldwide. Bethpage Polo at the Park takes place in the heart of Nassau County, at the beautiful polo grounds at Bethpage State Park. Bethpage Polo at the Park is a fun and unique place to host parties and groups of all sizes. There’s nothing like hearing these magnificent horses thunder by the Grandstand! In fact they are gearing up for a Jaguar versus Polo horse race. Among the many Polo legends participating on the field again will be Keith Hart of the Hart Agency!

There are also opportunities to learn how to play the “Sport of Kings” for adults and children ages 5 and up (group and private lessons offered). Call 516-500-POLO for lesson inquiries as well as summer camp information at Country Farms.

Every Sunday this season will feature nonstop fun at the Polo games—so get together family, friends and come out and see what’s new and exciting—right here—you won’t want to miss it! Get in the game!

Anton Media Group is a proud sponsor of Bethpage Polo in the Park. For sponsorship opportunities, call 631-239-5142 or email polo@coutureconceptsny.com.

Some highlights of Bethpage Polo at the Park Season 2017 (June 4 – Oct. 8):

  • Pregame “Yoga on the Grass”
  • Photo ops, T-shirt cannon, Polo-hitting cage, pop-up shop
  • HAT DAY (best hat winner)
  • CAR DAY (Chris Sidholm, Mike “the Italian” Muscle cars)
  • KID’S DAY, LADIES DAY, FATHER’S DAY!
  • Photography day, Artist day
  • Long Island Pulse Magazine Party
  • Champion cup days
  • New this year: Polo After Party with music from 5 to 7 p.m.

*The Park gates open at 2 p.m. and the Polo match begins at 3 p.m., ending at approximately 5 p.m. Then the fun continues to heat up with the Polo After Party—with some of the polo players, fans and spectators, plus music from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Advance tickets are available online www.bethpagepolo.com, or purchase tickets at the gate.

Ticket pricing: General Admission ($10), includes grandstand & lawn seating; Field-side parking tickets (vehicle only $5); free admission for Retired Military and children under 12; Senior Citizens, Active Military, College ID ($5). Additional options include reserved private Polo cabanas, reserved tailgate parking and VIP tent options. Call 516-500-POLO or email info@BethpagePolo.com.

Bethpage Polo at the Park and Meadowbrook Polo Club can be venues for your next corporate event, as well as weddings, showers, engagement parties, birthday parties and other special events. For more information, email POLO@CoutureConceptsNY.com.

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In addition to its arts and entertainment publication Long Island Weekly, Anton Media Group publishes 16 community newspapers, several magazines, specialty publications and websites. With brands dating back to 1877, Anton has a commitment to deliver trusted and relevant content to the communities it serves.

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