Fancy a day out in London? Why not attend Chestertons Polo In The Park this June

Chestertons Polo in the Park returns to London’s iconic home of polo this summer at Hurlingham Park, Fulham.

The world’s largest three-day polo festival will be kicking off London’s summer social calendar from Friday 9th June – Sunday 11th June 2023. Not only will the three-day international polo event feature teams from across the globe but you can also try a selection of new food and drink pop-ups.  For more information or to purchase tickets, visit their website here.

What’s On?

Cudo Compute International takes place on Friday 9th June. The action-packed day kickstarts the tournament with the England Polo Team taking to the hallowed turf of Hurlingham Park in a thrilling international match.

Presented by SheerLuxe, Ladies’ Day takes place on Saturday 10th June. If you’ve not been to the Ladies’ Day before, it’s basically the ultimate day party in Central London.  Crack open the rosé and enjoy a day out watching quality sporting action. Plus this is the perfect excuse to dress up and meet your friends, you can also enjoy the classic gardens and bars whilst listening to the best summer anthems.

and finally, the finals day takes place on Sunday 11th June 2023, providing you with a fabulous finale to three days of competitive polo. This is the day that they crown the champions and host a fabulous London Day party to finish off the weekend in style.  Why not dust those Saturday night cobwebs away with a Bloody Mary and enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon watching the polo while you nurse jugs of Pimms or a G&T.

Is There a Dress Code?

Not to panic, there is no dress code for general admission areas. Although if you splash out on a hospitality ticket,  the dress code is as follows:

Friday – Gentlemen jacket or blazer / Ladies’ polo chic.

Weekend – All smart casual. Strictly no ripped jeans, shorts, or trainers.

What bars & music are available?

From Pitchside Parties in the Mahiki and Polo Bars to the classy Champagne Lanson Garden or chilled-out Fever-Tree Bar, with the many options, you won’t be disappointed.

Live Music and DJs are still yet to be confirmed.

How to get there?

The closest tube station is Putney Bridge with just a 5-minute walk to the venue site. However, you can also head to Parsons Green and take a 10-minute stroll.  There’s no parking available at Hurlingham Park, Club, or surrounding areas due to it being a residents-only area.

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