Few days for the greatest event: Richard Mille AlUla Desert Polo

The highly anticipated return of Richard Mille AlUla Desert Polo is just days away and as excitement ramps up ahead of this year’s fabulous third edition, AlUla Moments has confirmed that fans still have time to purchase the remaining tickets.  

The world’s first-ever modern polo tournament in a desert environment is back in AlUla from Wednesday to Saturday (17-20 January), once again welcoming some of the sport’s greatest players and biggest names for a tournament unlike any other in the sport’s illustrious history.

In partnership with the Saudi Polo Federation (SPF), incredible skill, high-speed action, and epic sporting moments await audiences as eight teams comprising professional players, international patrons, and royal dignitaries compete for the prestigious Desert Polo trophy.  

With formidable opposition and world-class competition standing between the eventual winners and their prize, nothing short of adrenaline-packed excitement is a certainty, making the 2024 edition a must-attend event.  

Billed as the biggest and best edition yet, fans can attend Richard Mille AlUla Desert Polo this week with Early Bird tickets – available from SAR 150 through the Experience AlUla website.  

The tickets options still available also include premium single day passes from SAR 338, weekend passes (Friday and Saturday) from SAR 300, and four-day passes from SAR 488. Full details on benefits and complimentary access and offerings per ticket is also listed online prior to booking.

Since its debut in 2020, Richard Mille AlUla Desert Polo has enjoyed an incredible rise in international profile and popularity, morphing into one of the most prominent events in the global equestrian calendar.  

While welcoming celebrity audiences and avid fans from across the region and around the world, the event has consolidated AlUla’s position as an international polo destination, supporting the Royal Commission for AlUla’s (RCU) equestrian commitment to reinforce Saudi Arabia’s long-held historic ties to horsemanship heritage, culture, and the arts. 

Richard Mille AlUla Desert Polo is taking place during Winter at Tantora, the region’s longest-running culture, arts, and music festival which presents a series of premium activations, celebrations, and events up until January 27.  

For more information and to experience Winter at Tantora offerings between the weekend’s polo action, kindly visit the Experience AlUla website where details can be found on AlUla Moment full calendar of events.