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Pole Tents

A tension style tent that is supported by a number of perimeter poles and center poles. It relies on the tension of the vinyl fabric roof for its structural integrity. Pole tents are staked into grass or asphalt and cannot be weighted. Pole tents are easier to set up than frame tents making them a more economical choice comparatively. Center poles can be draped and tent liners can be added to make for an elegant look.

  • Pole tents are available in the following widths: 20’ | 30’ | 40’ | 60’ and can span in length over 200'

  • Installed anywhere where staking is possible and ground surface is level

  • Aesthetically pleasing due to the high peaks

  • When measuring, be sure to account for an additional 5' around the outside perimeter of your tent for stakes and tension.

  • Ask about additional sizing options.

Frame Tents

​Frame tents are free standing without center poles to maximize square footage. They can go on grass, asphalt, concrete, staging, even, decks and swimming pools. The labor involved is greater than the installation of a pole tent. Frame legs can be draped and tent liners can be added to make for an elegant look.

  • Frame tents are available in the following widths: 10’ | 15’ | 20’ | 30’ | 40’ and can span in length over 150'

  • Can be installed on multiple surfaces directly beside a building or home

  • More flexibility with your layout and floor plan

  • Can be weighted with cement ballasts to safely secure the tent if staking is not an option. Due to costs, tent weighting is a good option only if you absolutely can not stake the tent.

  • Ask about additional sizing options.

Clear Top Tents

Not to be mistaken for "Clear Span Tents", "Clear Top Tents" have a free-standing framework of aluminum poles similar to "Frame Tents" that support a clear vinyl keter style roof without the need for interior poles. This self-supporting structure requires an anchoring system of stakes or concrete weights to hold the tent in place.

  • Our Clear Top Tents are 30' wide and can span over one hundred feet in length.

  • Can be installed on multiple surfaces directly beside a building or home

  • Can be weighted with cement ballasts to safely secure the tent if staking is not an option. Due to costs, tent weighting is a good option only if you absolutely can not stake the tent.

  • Ask about additional sizing options.

Pole Tent Guide

Size
Square Footage
Stand-Up Cockatil (No Tables)
8' Banquet Tables
60" Round Tables
Requires Permit
20' x 20'
400
65 - 80 Guests
6 Tables
4 Tables
-
20' x 30'
600
75 - 100 Guests
9 Tables
6 Tables
-
30' x 30'
900
150 - 180 Guests
12 Tables
8 Tables
-
30' x 45'
1350
188 - 270 Guests
15 Tables
11 Tables
-
30' x 60'
1800
226 - 350 Guests
18 Tables
16 Tables
-
30' x 75'
2250
264 - 440 Guests
25 Tables
21 Tables
-
40' x 40'
1600
260 - 360 Guests
20 Tables
16 Tables
-
40' x 60'
2400
400 - 480 Guests
30 Tables
24 Tables
-
40' x 80'
3200
530 - 640 Guests
40 Tables
32 Tables
Yes
40' x 100'
4000
650 - 800 Guests
50 Tables
40 Tables
Yes
40' x 120'
4800
800 - 960 Guests
60 Tables
48 Tables
Yes
40' x 140'
5600
970 - 1120 Guests
70 Tables
56 Tables
Yes
60' x 70'
4200
600 - 800 Guests
42 Tables
42 Tables
Yes
60' x 100'
6000
900 - 1150 Guests
60 Tables
60 Tables
Yes
60' x 130'
7800
1200 - 1600 Guests
78 Tables
78 Tables
Yes

Frame Tent Guide

Size
Square Footage
Stand-Up Cocktail (No Tables)
8' Banquet Tables
60" Round Tables
Requires Permit
10' x 10'
100
15 - 20 Guests
2
1
-
10' x 20'
200
25 - 35 Guests
4
2
-
10' x 30'
300
35 - 50 Guests
6
3
-
10' x 40'
400
45 - 65 Guests
8
4
-
10' x 50'
500
55 - 80 Guests
10
5
-
10' x 60'
600
65 - 95 Guests
12
6
-
10' x 70'
700
75 - 105 Guests
14
7
-
10' x 80'
800
85 - 120 Guests
16
8
-
20' x 20'
400
65 - 80 Guests
6
4
-
20' x 30'
600
75 - 100 Guests
9
6
-
20'x 40'
800
85 - 120 Guests
13
8
-
20' x 50'
1000
95 - 140 Guests
15
10
-
20' x 60'
1200
105 - 160 Guests
18
12
-
20' x 70'
1400
115 - 180 Guests
21
14
-
20' x 80'
1600
125 - 200 Guests
24
16
-
20' x 90'
1800
135 - 220 Guests
27
18
-
20' x 100'
2000
145 - 240 Guests
30
20
-
30' x 30'
900
135 - 175 Guests
12
8
-
30' x 45'
1350
185 - 235 Guests
15
11
-
30' x 60'
1800
235 - 295 Guests
18
16
-
30' x 75'
2250
285 - 355 Guests
25
21
-
30' x 100'
3000
335 - 415 Guests
28
26
-
30'x 115'
3450
385 - 475 Guests
33
31
Yes
30'x 135'
4050
435 - 540 Guests
38
36
Yes
30' x 175'
5250
485 - 615 Guests
48
46
Yes
40' x 40'
1600
250 - 320 Guests
20
16
-
40' x 60'
2400
380 - 470 Guests
30
24
-
40' x 80'
3200
510 - 620 Guests
40
32
-
TENT SIZE AND LAYOUT:
 
In general, our recommended tent size and table quantity calculator will accommodate your guest count for dining and cocktail style events only and do not accomodate necessary space for the additional spacing you may require for a successful event. Typically this initial recommendation is based on the assumption that you are placing standard five-foot-round tables or eight-foot banquet tables of 8-10 guests in an efficient pattern. Please speak to one of our event specialists if you need room for a dance floor and/or stage, lounge area or if you are choosing extra-large round tables or farm tables, or are mixing banquet and round tables. You want to avoid miscommunication and a cramped layout.
YOU MAY NEED TO CONTACT INDIANA 811:
According to Indiana State Guidelines Indiana 811 must be notified of all pole tents and frame tents that are being staked into the ground so they can mark for any pipelines that could be damaged during tent installations. Indiana 811 must be contacted 5-7 business days prior to the event date and is the responsibility of the client. If Ace Party Rental has not recieved an 811 Notification Number within 3 business days prior to the event date Ace must contact Indiana 811 and charge the client an additional $100 service fee.
DON’T FORGET YOUR CATERER: 
You’ve thought about your guests’ comfort, but remember that your caterer has needs too! For smaller events a caterer may be able to work out of the house or a garage but for most events they will require a catering tent. Experienced caterers have worked many outdoor events before and know exactly what size cook tent they need, so just ask. Often, specialty caterers like barbeque companies do not require tents, but you should still check.