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TICKETS & HOSPITALITY
The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (IDCEO) has approved outdoor polo matches as a permitted outdoor activity under the Governor of Illinois's Executive Order and Phase 3 of the Restore Illinois Plan.
Polo is a unique sport in that it is played on a nine acre field with an additional 2-3 more acres surrounding the field used as a safety barrier and for other game-essential staff to operate. This size of space allows the sport to easily enforce social distancing guidelines instituted and recommended by state and federal health authorities.
However, despite the State's approval to play, spectators will not be permitted at this time. Oak Brook Polo Club's submitted plans for hosting spectators is still under review. We envision spectators will be allowed to return in the very near future, but understand the event environment will change in order for comply with the State's social distancing guidelines.
To help keep fans engaged, scheduled matches will be broadcasted on the Global Polo Network and other platforms. We will also be running digital activities to make our fans feel that they are still part of the polo experience and lifestyle.
If you are interested in learning about our tradition ticket and group hospitality offerings, as well as other details, please click on any of the below items to be linked to that information:
The Oak Brook Polo Club has a non-refundable ticket policy. However, ticket and group hospitality holders from 2019 canceled matches will still be allowed to transfer their tickets or group reservations to 2020 or 2021 scheduled events. When we are permitted to host spectators for the 2020 season, tickets will be allowed to be transferred to another available ticket type of equal value.