Finals: Newport International Polo Series

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Finals

The NBC10 Newport International Polo Series, Presented by BMW will feature Newport facing its most formidable rival to close out the season Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017 at 4PM.

General admission ($12/adult) in advance online or at the entry gates, kids free up to age 15, for lawn & grandstand seating. Picnics of food & beverage welcome.

Reserved box seating ($20/person) at tables within the ALEX AND ANI Pavilion by advanced reservation. Bar-service provided. Gourmet food trucks on site.

Positive Energy Polo Lounge on select dates ($50/person) for reserved seating in all-inclusive private entertainment enclave, includes complimentary gourmet hors d’oeuvres, specialty cocktails and champagne, and seating among VIP sponsors and guests, by advanced reservation.

General Parking is free.

Tickets & more info online: www.nptpolo.com

“We're gearing up for a last stand,” explained Dan Keating, Newport captain and founder of the Polo Series.

Dating back more than 130 years in America's First Resort, the polo matches are one of Newport’s grandest & most popular traditions, a living legacy from the Gilded Age, and open to the public. Audiences of several thousand spectators enjoy the contests against international teams, as well as teams representing major US cities, playing against the home team every Sat, June thru Sept. at 5 PM / 4 PM in Sept.

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