The Ultimate Kentucky Derby “Party On The Rail” Returns May 6th at Turf Paradise
Brand New Hefeweizen Beer Garden, VIP Tickets, Air Conditioned Tents, Betting Terminals, Tickets Now On Sale!
The only Kentucky Derby Party in Arizona with live racing and betting returns to Turf Paradise on May 6, 2017 with air-conditioned tents, private betting terminals, all-inclusive VIP tickets, and ever popular Mint Juleps.
The Stella Artois Derby DayClub opens at 10:30am with live racing at Turf Paradise starting at 11:30am. Place your bets for the races or for the Kentucky Derby, which will be broadcast live at the track and in the Derby DayClub at 3:24pm.
Last year’s event sold out in two weeks. General Admission DayClub tickets start at just $25 or reserve your spot now inside the Sanderson Lincoln Black Label VIP Lounge – $100 in advance or $110 at the door, which includes complimentary food and cocktails. Tickets are available now at http://thepoloparty.com/derby/. Individual reserved seats are available for an additional $25/seat.
Or, sit track-side inside the exclusive air-conditioned Stella Artois Derby DayClub where you can watch all the finish line action, track-side betting terminals, and a no-host bar including Mint Juleps, beer, wine and cocktails, DJ and 65” TVs to watch the Kentucky Derby. Both ticketing options also provide access to the Hefeweizen Beer Garden, presented by Hensley Beverage Company.
Experience horse racing like never before with a reserved table, including 8 tickets and a complimentary bottle of Chandon champagne. Sanderson Lincoln Black Label VIP Lounge tables are $1,100 (first-row), $1,000 (second-row) and $900 (third-row). DayClub tables are $500 (first-row), $400 (second-row) and $300 (third-row).
For more information on sponsorships, or to get your table or ticket visit www.thepoloparty.com/derby.
The Stella Artois Derby DayClub is a production of The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships, America’s most-attended polo event, and Turf Paradise, Arizona’s only live horse racing track, now in its 61st year.