back for a tenth year

Free to attend!

Plans are afoot for our tenth year on 19 – 21 May 2017. We’re busy working on things right now but here’s a taste of what’s in store… 

Polo on the Beach will be a three day festival of polo and family beach fun on Friday 19, Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 May.

We are hoping there will be plenty to do on the beach as there has been in previous years, as well as world-class polo. Everything will kick off in the polo arena from 3pm each day and a polo match will be played on Friday and Saturday from 6.30pm.

But there will be much more than just polo!

On Friday evening following the trophy presentations there will be a food-led event and on Saturday from 7.30pm we will have our annual ticketed Polo on the Beach party.

There will be lots of exciting events and activities inside the arena and on the beach in the build-up to our main polo matches, including polo demonstrations, a horse display team, Segway polo and a return of the popular family dog show from St Francis Home for Animals.

The festival feel will continue well into the night with live music.

Street food stalls will line the arena alongside a Champagne garden and beach bar.

But most importantly, it will be FREE to attend!

We look forward to seeing you on 19-21 May 2017.

 

2017 TIMETABLE

2017 TIMETABLE

What's happening and when at the tenth Polo on the Beach.

2017 POLO MATCHES

2017 POLO MATCHES

The main event on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 May at 6.30pm.

2017 PLAYER SHIRTS

2017 PLAYER SHIRTS

Buy the Joules event shirts online.

2017 DOG SHOW

2017 DOG SHOW

Your four legged friends can join in the fun on Sunday 21 May 2017.

THE POLO MATCHES

Three main events across an action packed weekend

Friday 19 May 2017 - 6.30pm

Friday 19 May 2017 - 6.30pm

Cornwall vs Rest of the World

Saturday 20 May 2017 - 6.30pm

Saturday 20 May 2017 - 6.30pm

Watergate Bay Trophy match

Conde Nast Traveller 1 August 2014

Conde Nast Traveller 1 August 2014

“There was yet more sparkle to spectator sport this month in Cornwall at Watergate Bay, where England player Jamie Le Hardy competed at Polo on the Beach. Match times were determined by the tide, but bubbly flowed all day from the shiny Airstream parked on the sand.”