The event will be held on Sunday, January 8, at Doug Jennings Park, Main Beach. It will draw world-class polo players and enthusiastic fans from across the globe to the beautiful Gold Coast.
The addition of polo to the Magic Millions Carnival follows been many years of planning and is highly anticipated, with top players in action on the day.
International players include US polo captain Nic Roldan, Argentinian champion Alejandro Novillo Astrada, and Olympian Zara Phillips MBE, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II. Rounding out the Australian contingent are brothers Rob and Jack Archibald, as well as Rob’s wife, Francesca Cumani.
Tickets to the Pacific Fair Magic Millions will be tiered, so everyone from families to committed equestrians can enjoy a day at the polo. Whether you are looking for a casual fun day out, an opportunity to watch champion players, or a chance to dress up and experience some serious luxury, Magic Millions Polo has something for everyone.
General admission tickets are just $30 for adults and $15 for under-16s. General admission gives you access to a grassy area with great views of the polo field. Bring a chair or picnic blanket and enjoy the delicious food and drink available at the cash bar.
For something a little more luxurious, entrance to the Magic Millions Polo Enclosure is $75 per person. This ticket will provide full access to the cocktail lounge and garden area positioned immediately beside the polo field, with all-day access to food and drink at the cash bar.
If you’re ready for the ultimate polo experience and can organise a group of 10, consider booking a table in the Magic Millions VIP Marquee. These tickets include all-day access to gourmet food and drinks, premium viewing of the polo ground, and a chance to meet the players throughout the day. These tickets are valued at $3750 for a table of 10.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the official event page.