Tournament of Kings At Excalibur

★★★★☆
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  • 3850 S Las Vegas Blvd

    Las Vegas, NV 89109

    Cross street: W Tropicana Avenue

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  • 702-597-7600

About Tournament of Kings At Excalibur

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Daily 8am-10pm

Arts & Entertainment

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The show itself was AMAZING alone, and the actors made it even better. Anthony if you read this, please, please, please hit me up. I don't think I've blushed so hard in my life! Hah but I don't want to sound desperate or anything... ;)
Oh yeah, the review! The food was an 8 out of 10, service was an 8 as well. The show had great effects and everybody was very in sync with each other. I would go back in a second! Even without this guy. Greek God. Maybe.

5
★★★★★

The show itself was AMAZING alone, and the actors made it even better. Anthony if you read this, please, please, please hit me up. I don't think I've blushed so hard in my life! Hah but I don't want to sound desperate or anything... ;)
Oh yeah, the review! The food was an 8 out of 10, service was an 8 as well. The show had great effects and everybody was very in sync with each other. I would go back in a second! Even without this guy. Greek God. Maybe.

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The show at the Excalibur hotel in Las Vegas, ?The Tournament of Kings? is a live-action dinner show recreating the times of jousting and Knights. It?s a great way to spend an evening in Sin City. When you are seated pay attention to your section because it will come into play later in the night. Dinner starts out with tasty tomato soup followed by a Cornish hen, twice-baked potatoes, broccoli, and a roll. The Cornish hen is mouth-watering and tastes better than chicken. The final course, dessert, is a let down though. The actual show is fun filled and a great piece of entertainment. It?s corny and cheesy, but the choreography and blocking takes real talent and skill. There?s a lot of crowd cheering, chanting and booing that?ll keep kids and adults engaged. The actual tournament part is very physical and exciting. And once it?s all over you?ll spent from all the cheering and clapping and fun you?ve just had at the Excalibur Tournament of Kings in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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★★★★★

The show at the Excalibur hotel in Las Vegas, ?The Tournament of Kings? is a live-action dinner show recreating the times of jousting and Knights. It?s a great way to spend an evening in Sin City. When you are seated pay attention to your section because it will come into play later in the night. Dinner starts out with tasty tomato soup followed by a Cornish hen, twice-baked potatoes, broccoli, and a roll. The Cornish hen is mouth-watering and tastes better than chicken. The final course, dessert, is a let down though. The actual show is fun filled and a great piece of entertainment. It?s corny and cheesy, but the choreography and blocking takes real talent and skill. There?s a lot of crowd cheering, chanting and booing that?ll keep kids and adults engaged. The actual tournament part is very physical and exciting. And once it?s all over you?ll spent from all the cheering and clapping and fun you?ve just had at the Excalibur Tournament of Kings in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Pros: dinner, drinks, the show, the price

Cons: the dessert, the horse smell

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the show? okay. The food? okay. the kings? Glorious. I'm debating leaving my boyfriend for the russian king. No, seriously.

Annnd apparently my review is too short, so I will address Anthony, the king of russia some more...

remember me? long blonde hair. skanky black vegas dress. with ehh.. boyfriend.

2
★★☆☆☆

the show? okay. The food? okay. the kings? Glorious. I'm debating leaving my boyfriend for the russian king. No, seriously.

Annnd apparently my review is too short, so I will address Anthony, the king of russia some more...

remember me? long blonde hair. skanky black vegas dress. with ehh.. boyfriend.

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I absolutely loved the Tournament of Kings and would definitely come back to see it again!

The setting is an old style fighting arena and the show goes on right in front of you while your eating your dinner (with no utensils I might add) The crowd is asked to get into the action as much as possible while rooting on the contender that represents the section they are sitting on. They ask you to yell, cheer, boo and slam your fists on your table throughout the entire show.

The food was actually really good too! It's a cornish game hen and some home fries with various other finger foods. Plus, the cast that they employ are very good looking! If nothing else catches your attention...that certainly will!

5
★★★★★

I absolutely loved the Tournament of Kings and would definitely come back to see it again!

The setting is an old style fighting arena and the show goes on right in front of you while your eating your dinner (with no utensils I might add) The crowd is asked to get into the action as much as possible while rooting on the contender that represents the section they are sitting on. They ask you to yell, cheer, boo and slam your fists on your table throughout the entire show.

The food was actually really good too! It's a cornish game hen and some home fries with various other finger foods. Plus, the cast that they employ are very good looking! If nothing else catches your attention...that certainly will!

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The show is the best part about Excalibur. They keep the horses out so you can look at the wonderful horses that are so well behaved. The great thing about them is that they are horses that are too old for tricks in competitions so the hotel uses them for the show so that they don't have to put them down. The show is a great experience and it is great for the whole family.

5
★★★★★

The show is the best part about Excalibur. They keep the horses out so you can look at the wonderful horses that are so well behaved. The great thing about them is that they are horses that are too old for tricks in competitions so the hotel uses them for the show so that they don't have to put them down. The show is a great experience and it is great for the whole family.

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We went to the Tournament of Kings last time we were in Vegas. I wished we had brought the kids to this show. The show gets you involved with what's going on. The food was great. You have to eat with no silverware. I think the prices were good for dinner and the show. I would highly recommend this show.

4
★★★★☆

We went to the Tournament of Kings last time we were in Vegas. I wished we had brought the kids to this show. The show gets you involved with what's going on. The food was great. You have to eat with no silverware. I think the prices were good for dinner and the show. I would highly recommend this show.

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