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Mars Great Meadow International

August 22 - August 25

$20

Established in 2015, the Great Meadow International is a three-day eventing competition held annually at the Great Meadow Foundation in The Plains, Virginia. In addition to the international equestrian competition, the event features VIP hospitality, a trade fair, beer garden, and entertainment for the whole family. The 2019 Great Meadow International will take place Aug. 22-25.

Now in its fifth year, the Great Meadow International (GMI) has been repackaged into a larger competitor and spectator-based event offering three levels of international competition. The event features Olympic-level riders and horses in what can best be described as an equestrian triathlon. In addition to the equestrian competition, the 2019 GMI will highlight all things related to our canine companions. Leashed dogs are welcome and can enjoy amenities including a “VIP” (“Very Important Pooch”) cooling tent with swag, treat samples and more especially for your best four-legged friend. Other additions to the event schedule include canine demonstrations and dog-friendly programming and educational events for the whole family.

Tickets to GMI are available here. All grounds admission tickets to GMI include general parking and admission to the venue and Meadow Market vendor village featuring live entertainment, a beer garden, tasty offerings from top local food trucks, and family-friendly games. Tickets also include admission to the Demonstration Station featuring exciting and educational demonstrations. For those seeking options featuring premier Virginia hospitality, special ringside boxes, tailgates and tables in the VIP pavilion are also available.

Details

Start:
August 22
End:
August 25
Cost:
$20
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Venue

Great Meadow
5089 Old Tavern Rd.
The Plains, VA 20198 United States
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