Hartland Polo Classic beginning of match
Hartland Polo Classic

You’ll find elegance, excitement, and equestrian excellence at the annual Hartland Polo Classic. Taking place at the scenic Heritage Park in beautiful Hartland, Michigan. This unique event happens every June and attracts a diverse audience of polo enthusiasts, horse lovers, and those looking for a fun, unique event. The Hartland Polo Classic brings together the exhilarating experience of a live polo match, delicious food, locally brewed craft beer, and much more. The Hartland Polo Classic is more than just a sporting event. The prestigious event truly celebrates tradition, elegance, and community spirit.

2024 DATES:

JUNE 8TH: 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM | 6:00 PM Polo Start
JUNE 9th: 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Hartland Polo Classic fans cheering on the polo match in fabulous hats

Saturday, June 8th is a 21 and up-only event. A valid driver’s license is required in order to enter. Sunday is “Family Day,” which is a day for the whole family to be welcomed.


Saturday Tickets:

  • Polo Classic Ticket: $100
  • Polo VIP Table for 8: $800
  • Polo VIP Tent: $900 (Reserves 8 Attendees)

Sunday Tickets:

  • Adults: $10
  • Family Pass (3 or more): $30


The event takes place in Hartland’s Heritage Park.


Convenient parking is available on-site. Follow signage and directions from event staff to access designated parking areas.



  • Garden Party theme. Men are asked to wear a summer suit. Ladies are requested to wear their most darling polo hats. A hat contest will crown the winner with the most interesting one at halftime.

There is no dress code requirements for Sunday.

Food & Drinks:

Saturday includes a strolling catered dinner is included with the purchase of a ticket. The dinner is professionally catered and offers a variety of choices to fit everyone’s taste buds. The first day of the event also will have a bar is on site, offering beer, wine, seltzers, and bourbon. A late-night snack is provided towards the end of the polo match.

Sunday will offer a variety of food trucks along with a beer tent.


Live music is played at various times of the event. During halftime on both days, attendees are asked to participate in the half time divot stomp. This is where eventgoers head to the field and stomp on the divots the horses have made to help reset the field!

Sunday includes a Kid Corral activity area offering various activities.

What To Bring:

  • Jacket
  • Your best hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Valid ID or Drivers License

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