Step into the fantasy of a time gone by, but forever adored at Tournament of Kings at the Excalibur. This crowd-pleasing, Medieval-style dinner show combines arena-style entertainment with a raucous and royal feast.
The medieval-themed tournament is adapted from the tale of King Arthur and engages the audience through its tale of valor and treachery. This Las Vegas' most popular dinner show is guaranteed to satisfy your appetite for adventure as you enjoy a night of fun and excitement. Eat, drink and get rowdy, after all, you're in Vegas.
During the show, you'll find yourself cheering on your jousting knight and booing the other guys as you enjoy the dancing maidens, skilled tumblers, crafty wizards, pyrotechnics and outstanding athletic ability and horsemanship of the performers.
The classic jousting spectacular Tournament of Kings dinner show is performed at the Excalibur Hotel & Casino in a 900-seat, theater-in-the-round-style arena.
Witness the real life horses engaging in an exhilarating jousting battle. Feats of skill, special effects and pyrotechnics further add to the unique appeal of this jousting dinner show. Throughout the performance, a hearty three-course meal is served in the spirit and tradition of the medieval period, meaning you eat with your fingers and pound your fists on the table as you rally your king in a jousting contest.
Tournament of Kings Dinner Show Times
Monday: 6:00 pm
Tuesday: Dark (No Performances )
Wednesday: 6:00 & 8:30 p.m.
Thursday: 6:00 & 8:30 p.m.
Friday: 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 6:00 & 8:30 p.m.
Sunday: 6:00 & 8:30 p.m.
Ticket price includes a three-course dinner. All ages are welcome to attend. Children three years and younger may attend free of charge and must sit on the adult's lap and share the adult's meal. Children age four and older will be charged the full ticket price and receive their own seat and dinner.
Tournament of Kings Dinner Menu
The heathy three-course meal at the Tournament of Kings is served in the spirit and tradition of the Medieval times. Guest are served an appetizer of "dragon's blood" (tomato soup), followed by Cornish hen, two roasted potatoes, broccoli, and a dinner roll. Dessert, tea, coffee, or soda is also served. (Vegetarian plate available upon request (Guests eat with their hands)
Did you know....
Tournament of Kings rotate 30 horses in the production
|Type of show: Dinner Show||Showing at the Excalibur|
|Audience: All Ages||Tournament of Kings Theater Map|
|Nudity: No||Prices from $66.63|
|Length: 90 minutes||Tournament of Kings Discount Tickets|
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