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Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur – tickets, prices, timings, FAQs

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In the popular imagination, the city of Las Vegas has long been the center for the greatest entertainment, nightlife, and sensory delights that the human experience can tailor. 

At the heart of this world capital of wish fulfillment, on the famous Vegas boulevard, lies an immersive spectacle of medieval times, telling a story of ancient values such as courage and honor.

At the Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur Hotel, built in the image of a castle, knights joust for supremacy, a magician conjures snowfall, and the guests feast with the members of the high table.

This article tells you everything you need to know before booking tickets for the Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur.

Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur

What to expect 

A peek into the magnificent Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur

The Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur, Las Vegas, is an interactive, epic portal to the Middle Ages.

Enter the Royal arena, and witness a dazzling combination of live theatre, battle music, pyrotechnics, jousting tournaments, and gladiator-style battles adapted from the tale of King Arthur. 

Sit in sections that are assigned allegiance to different kingdoms from the Middle Ages, and cheer for your mighty king as he walks out. 

A round table is lowered in the battle arena during the show, just as the dinner is provided to you and other patrons. 

The knights then dine with the patrons, with a feast truly invoking the middle ages, with roasted Cornish Game hens, sweet potatoes, corn on the cob, and a pumpkin pie, amongst other things.

Also, The Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur is quite particular about authenticity. There are no utensils, just like in the olden times. You will eat by hand!

Once the medieval entertainment of song and dance by the court maidens is over, the knights do away with the feast and prepare for battle. 

Thus begins a tale of chivalry, honor, broken lancets, and betrayal. Prepare to be thrilled as the knights compete with each other for the glory of being crowned the ultimate champion.

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Where to book tickets

If you plan to visit the Las Vegas Tournament Of Kings Show Excalibur, you can either book your tickets online or buy your tickets from the offline box office queue at the Excalibur Hotel.

However, we strongly recommend buying your tickets online, as this is a very popular show, especially in the peak holiday season the tickets almost always sell out.

Moreover, with online tickets, you can add your seating preference and pick the food you want served, among other options provided by the Tournament of the Kings Show at Excalibur Hotel.

The strongest incentive, however, is the price benefit. Online tickets are significantly cheaper throughout the year and will help you save money during travels.

Online booking can also save you the hassle of standing in long queues and allow you to have a fixed travel itinerary you can follow on your trip.

How do online tickets work? 

Once you go to the booking site for The Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur, Las Vegas, you will first select the date and number of tickets you need.

You will then select the show time slot which you would prefer.

There are two shows throughout the week, except Tuesday and Friday.

The first show starts at 6 pm, and the other at 8.30 pm.

On Friday, there is only a single show, at 8.30 pm.

There are no shows on Tuesday.

You are then prompted to select from three categories of seating, Category A, Category B, and Category C. Each class has a different price scale and view of the arena.

Once you are done booking your tickets, they shall be immediately mailed to you.

Please reach the destination at least 15 minutes before the show starts.

Ticket price

Tournament of Kings Show tickets for Category A seats, which is the best in the arena, are priced at US$99 for all adults three years and above.

A Category B seater can gain access at US$96, while a Category C ticket can be bought at US$92.

Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur tickets

Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur tickets
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The Las Vegas Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur is a live-action production based on a legendary story with elaborate visual effects, real horses, battle choreography, complicated song and dance routines, interactive actors, an ancient feast, and your choice of alcoholic beverage sounds like the perfect rousing evening for any prospective tourist. 

Cheering for their assigned “King,” the audience is almost always driven into a sportlike frenzy. 

To the kids, it is like a live-action period film which you can breathe and touch!

In fact, so famous is the production for stoking emotions that the arena bears witness to several dozen marriage proposals each year. 

Only one unfortunate knight has been unable to woo the maiden yet.

Ticket Prices

Infant ticket (up to three years): Free

Child and Adult Tickets (4 to 99 years):

Category A: US$99
Category B: US$96
Category C: US$92

Las Vegas is home to world-class entertainment, highly skilled artists, boisterous casinos, lush resorts, and beautiful performance spaces, and at just US$139, you can get an “all-inclusive multiple-day pass” to more than 35+ attractions in the city featuring exhibitions, concerts, bus-tour rides, and much more.

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How to reach the Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur 

How to reach the Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur
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The Kings Show tournament at Excalibur Hotel lies on the famous Vegas strip, the city’s beating heart. 

Address: 3850 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA. Get Directions.

The Hotel on Las Vegas Boulevard is well-connected to multiple forms of public transportation.

By Bus:

The Eb Tropicana before Duke Ellington bus stop is the nearest bus stop, only a six-minute walk. 

The WB Reno after Haven is also only 10 minutes of walking distance away.

Bus lines 201 (Tropicana Westbound) and 119 (Simmons/Koval Southbound) serve the stations near The Hotel.

Two special bus services, the Deuce and SDX, make traveling in downtown Vegas easier. The SDX bus service operates in downtown Vegas and the vegas strip, while the Deuce is a 24-hour bus service that runs exclusively up and down the Vegas Strip. You can get details about the transit passes for the bus service on the website of the state transit authority, Regional Transport Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC)

By Monorail:

A monorail station called the Bally’s/Paris station lies just a seven-minute walk away.

By Car:

Put your starting point here to start navigating toward the Las Vegas Tournament Of Kings Show at Excalibur.

Car Parking:

The list of parking spots near the Hotel can be found here.


The Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur is staged all across the week throughout the year, except on Tuesdays.

Also, while each day usually has two show slots, one at 6 pm and the other at 8.30 pm,

Friday has only one show, at 6 pm.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday: 6 pm and 8.30 pm

Friday: 6 pm

Tuesday: Closed

How long does the tour take

The Las Vegas Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur usually takes about eighty minutes from start to finish. 

You may need half an hour extra if you plan to buy tickets at the venue. 

We recommend booking tickets online. 

Best time to visit

Las Vegas has a hot desert climate, and while the nights are usually balmy, the day can get oppressive in the summer months, especially in July.  

The evenings are pleasant as the sun begins to set reasonably early, so the 6 pm show is a great bet, but in the hotter months of July and August, the sun is out till pretty late in the day, so go for the 8.30 pm show if you are very particular about the heat. 

The best time to visit the Las Vegas Tournament of Kings show is generally during March/April and September/October. The winters can get frigid, but it coincides with the holiday season, so expect a heavy rush.

However, one must note that a special holiday version of the show is often performed during the peak season.

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Tournament of Kings Show FAQs
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Here are a few frequently asked questions about The Tournament Of Kings Show At Excalibur, Las Vegas.

How long has The Tournament Of Kings Show at Excalibur been running?

The show first opened in 1999. The core team, consisting of the Producer, Director, and Stunt coordinator, remains the same.

Where can I buy tickets for the Tournament Of Kings Excalibur?

The tickets for the Tournament of Kings show can be bought here.

How early should I arrive before the Las Vegas Tournament of Kings Show at Excalibur Hotel?

It is advisable to arrive at least 15-25 minutes before the show starts.

Does the Tournament of Kings show provide wheelchair assistance for people with disabilities?

Yes, the Excalibur Hotel has been certified as a wheelchair-accessible hotel.

Does the Kings Tournament allow photography?

Both photography and videography are encouraged, but flash photography is forbidden as it can startle the horses.

Does the Excalibur Kings Tournament ticket include a meal?

Yes, The Tournament of Kings Show is both a spectacle and a dinner event, with a dinner meal designed to evoke the middle ages.

Is alcohol allowed?

Yes, you can buy alcoholic beverages inside the arena.

Are the horses and the battleground real?

The show maintains a stable of 17 real horses. The ground is mixed with synthetic fibers to soften the landing of the actors as they perform stunts on horseback.

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