Tents › Traditional Push-Pole Tents

A traditional push-pole tent is erected using center poles to push up the canopy. The tent is then stabilized with guylines (ratchets) at each of the side poles. Because the guylines must be staked into the ground, this tension-style tent requires an earthen or soft surface. We can also install a push-pole tent on an asphalt surface, and we patch the stakes holes upon removal of the tent. Sidewalls can be added to any size push-pole tent. For a festive party atmosphere, a push-pole tent is the way to go.

Staking to a depth of approximately 3' is required on most tent installations. Pacific Party Canopies assumes no responsibility for underground utilities such as power and water. Please call the underground location center at 1-800-424-5555 to locate utilities at your site.

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80' x 100' Traditional Push-Pole Tent 80' x 100' Traditional Push-Pole Tent

80' x 120' Traditional Push-Pole Tent About 600 people inside an 80' x 120' Traditional Push-Pole Tent

Traditional Push-Pole Tent Sizes and Pricing

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Rental rates listed are for 1-3 days.

80' x 100' $6,515.00
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80' x 120' $7,855.00
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Because of the guylines on push-pole tents, the overall space required to install the tent is larger than the tent size. For a 20' tent, please add approximately 8'-10' to the above dimensions to determine the space needed. Add 16' for an 80' tent.

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