Tournament of Kings
This Las Vegas show is reminiscent of renaissance fairs or historical re-enactments, but done in typical, over the top Vegas style. Show-goers can enjoy huge portions of exotically named dishes (such as “dragon’s blood soup”), while knights and kings joust and battle each other in the style of King Arthur in large-scale combat scenes. Expect loud music, spectacular pyrotechnics, cheesy jokes and plenty of entertainment for the kids.
The Las Vegas Tournament of Kings is definitely Las Vegas at its most glorious, tackiest best. The costumes are beautifully designed, the battles are convincingly choreographed, and the atmosphere is charged with good cheer (aided, no doubt, by the table drink service).
To encourage audience participation, which is a large part of the Vegas Tournament of Kings experience, the audience is divided into different sections, each assigned to a different country whose “king” is one of the knights competing in the show. There is even a seating section assigned to the evil Mordred – the show’s very own super villain.
Apart from the jousting competition and various games, there is also a central dénouement to the show, in which the prince battles the evil wizard Mordered and ultimately defeats him with the help of the kings.
Needless to say, Vegas being Vegas, there is no shortage of pretty maidens here, though as a family-oriented show, the costumes are all respectable. Nevertheless some of the male muscle men do occasionally appear topless.
Vegas Tournament of Kings is on at the Vegas Excalibur hotel and casino every day apart from Tuesday.
Show times are 6pm and 8pm. Tickets are $54.95 plus tax.
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