Chukkers for Charity presents Tennessee's annual polo match in September

Lenny Schumacher

FRANKLIN, TN - Join the community of Franklin and Williamson County to experience the largest annual polo match in Tennesse on Sept. 11 at Riverview Farm. The 25th annual polo match is presented by Chukkers for Charity, a fundraising organization benefitting non-profit and social communities across Middle Tennessee such as Rochelle Center and Saddle Up!. There will be several packages offered for patrons to enjoy the polo match.

VIP Cabana tents enable patrons to enjoy the polo match with 10x10 tents, complete with tables, 10 chairs, dinners, desserts, and drinks. The tents are available in selected VIP spots, including around mid-field and goalposts. VIP Cabana tickets are available starting from $1750/table.

The committee is also accommodating patrons with 10x10 private cabanas to do polo tailgating on the side of the field. The private cabanas don't have any additional features, therefore, patrons are advised to bring their own tables, blankets, food, drinks, and coolers to the tents. Each private cabana has a maximum of eight people capacity. The private cabanas are available to rent in the venue for $400, excluding the ticket fees.

Patrons who are not favored in renting cabana tents can also bring their own tents, along with food, cooler, tables, blankets, and chairs to the selected tailgating spots in the area. The tents should not be larger than 10x10. Each spot has a maximum capacity of eight people and is available to reserve for $300 excluding the ticket fees.

Tickets are available to purchase on the website, starting from $175.

Keep in mind that all patrons and participating members of the 25th annual polo match by Chukkers for Charity are responsible for practicing COVID-19 health protocols in the area. Any COVID case that appears during the event becomes the responsibility of each individual.

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