Known as “cross cable,” “marquee,” or “high peak,” these tents offer an elegant profile. Peaks are created with tension from cables pushing up on a center mast, allowing for abundant usable space underneath the tent. These tents are also easy to assemble and dismantle--no frame jack required!
Look of a pole tent with the functionality of a frame
Easy to set up
Get the look everyone's been asking for--humble roadside fireworks stands to exclusive wedding venues. Talk to our sales manager today about getting your own inventory of cross cable tents.
Differing in pitch and set up from their cousin, the cross cable marquee, pagoda tents achieve their show-stopping peaks thanks to a lofted frame supporting a center cone. Requiring just two people and a frame jack, or four people without a frame jack, pagoda tents go up easily and are a stately fixture on the horizon.
Keder walls fit perfectly
Curtain opening capabilities
You’ve probably heard the terms “cross-cable,” “marquee,” and “high peak” and are wondering what the difference is between them. We are here to tell you there is NO difference! All these terms mean the same thing: A tent with a high peak supported by a pole and cable system at frame level.
Putting up a marquee tent is easy! You can set yours up in 30 minutes or less. Even better? Our 10 x 10s can be set up with just one person!
At this point, we only offer two sizes of cross cable/marquee tents. Choose between 10 x 10 or 20 x 20. To determine the size you need, refer to our size chart here and don't forget that joining a number of these tents together is always an option!
We are not able to manufacture custom size marquee tents at the moment. We are always working to expand our offerings, however, so check back soon!