Many people prefer not to use a pole tent for their outdoor event because the pole(s) can be considered an eye-soar. Because you have one or more poles supporting the tent, a little bit of the entertaining space is compromised for the poles. Having poles can also limit where the tent can be placed. While these are not major drawbacks, you may also want to consider a frame tent. A frame tent requires no poles to be fastened into the ground. Because of this, frame tents are often set up on patios, decks, driveways, and on other various types of terrain. Rather than poles, interlocking bars provide support as they create a barrier-free, freestanding structure for you and your guests. For more information about frame tents or to order a frame tent delivery for your next outdoor occasion, please click here.