Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championship hosts kick off event in Paradise Valley

0810NV Entertainment (Polo)

Can’t wait to have your fun on the field? The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships is hosting a Polo Preview Party on Thursday, Sept. 22 with enough fun to hold you over until the main event.

The Polo Preview Party will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at The Cholla, a luxury model home at the Village at Mountain Shadows in Paradise Valley developed by Cullum Homes.

The 6,980 square foot two-level Cholla boasts a beautiful outside oasis and the pioneering Cullum car-bar. Guests can enjoy food and drinks, mingle with polo professionals and enjoy music by Grammy Awards Performer DJ Maestro Hughes, according to a press release.

DJ Maestro Hughes will not only be playing at the Polo Preview Party, but he will also be featured in one of the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships newest elements –The Culture Concert, which also includes performances by the Scottsdale Philharmonic, the Arizona Opera and Arizona’s top hip hop artist.

Pamela Flannagan (submitted photo)

Pamela Flanagan (submitted photo)

Space is limited to 150 guests so RSVP by Thursday, Sept. 15.

Old favorites will also be returning to the sixth annual event including the Canine Couture Dog Fashion Show, The World’s “Longest” Catwalk Fashion Show by Phoenix Fashion Week, and previews of the 2017 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction and 2017 Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show.

America’s top polo player and GQ model Nic Roldan will be playing in the featured match at The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships for the third time as a member of the Aspen Valley Polo Club, which will be defending its title, the release stated.

In anticipation of the 6th Annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships, the kick-off party also gives guests a chance to meet Pamela Flanagan. Ms. Flanagan, a polo player, model, and brand ambassador for the U.S. Polo Association, will be playing in the “Most Beautiful Ladies of Polo” Sunset Match at the Nov. 5 event.

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