Show Times: Wednesday - Monday 6:00PM (and 8:30PM on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday)
Duration: 90 minutes (approx.)
Age restriction: No.
Tournament of Kings Show
Excitement abounds at the "Tournament of Kings". Take a step back in time with the help of producer Peter Jackson and this original, fun Las Vegas extravaganza. "Tournament of Kings" is an updated version of Jackson's "King Arthur's Tournament". The updated show was developed by his son, Patrick Jackson. The original show, "King Arthur's" had run for over nine years before the adapted version "Tournament of Kings" was developed.
When you go, You can expect to see amazing stunts and dazzling adventure. Stunt riders move from steeds to stage effortlessly. Battles occur right on the stage, dancers perform barefoot, and there is the ultimate quest as a prince hunts for the perfect maiden to make his princess. "Tournament of Kings" also features tumblers, wizards, and plenty of magic to thrill the audience and astound them at the same time.
Prior to seeing the "Tournament of Kings" show, you will be treated to a meal of baked chicken, side dishes of broccoli, a potato and dinner rolls, and a dessert of puff pastry at Excalibur Hotel. The food can be eaten with your hands, as was done back in medieval times. The entire theme of show, from the pre-meal to the performance keeps the medieval environment going, so you will have a historically friendly experience the entire night.
The theater features upholstered seating, and there is an elevator for disabled guests. The sound, lighting, and ceiling chandeliers add to the medieval ambiance. The cast of "Tournament of Kings" enters through a doorway, which was built to look like a stone castle replete. This set offers plenty of room for sword fights and flame throwing. You will get to see both.
The symphonic music, scored by Scott Rammer, adds to the entire mood as you enjoy dinner at this premier show at the Excalibur on the Las Vegas strip. The merriment is filled with a King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table feast before the festivities and games begin. The games include sword fights, jousting, horse races, and gladiator battles. Audience participation is a must for the success of this show so be prepared to cheer, jeer and boo loudly when you go to see “Tournament of Kings”.