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Tournament Of Kings Tickets

Tournament of Kings Show

Tournament of Kings Las Vegas tickets are available for seating in King Arthur’s Arena of the Excalibur Hotel in Las Vegas. The arena has a medieval-style design, with knights battling on the ground floor and audience members serving as royalty from the seating surrounding the warriors. No matter how much you spend on your Tournament of the Kings tickets, it will be a magical experience from wherever you end up sitting in the arena.

Tournament Of Kings Show Times & Dates


DateAvailable TimesPrice
Wednesday
17
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Thursday
18
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Friday
19
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Saturday
20
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Sunday
21
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Monday
22
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Wednesday
24
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Thursday
25
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Friday
26
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Saturday
27
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Sunday
28
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Monday
29
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Wednesday
31
July
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Thursday
01
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Friday
02
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Saturday
03
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Sunday
04
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Monday
05
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Wednesday
07
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Thursday
08
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Friday
09
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Saturday
10
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
Today!
Sunday
11
August
$92.8
$78.98
15% OFF
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Monday
12
August
$81.1
$68.08
16% OFF
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Thursday
15
August
$81.1
$68.08
16% OFF
Today!

The current showtimes for the Tournament of Kings tickets are 6:00 PM Wednesdays through Mondays and 8:30 PM on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Tuesday is the only day of the week with no showtimes. But that should be okay for most people’s itineraries because shows are performed every day of the week except for Tuesdays. There are even two evening showtimes four days out of the week.

The 6:00 PM showtime is the most popular because it is more convenient for guests with children. Since there is no age restriction for admittance into King Arthur’s Arena, many parents like to bring their children to the event. It is also the perfect time to feast on the complimentary dinner served to all guests in the arena.

Tournament Of Kings Ticket Prices

The Tournament of Kings show offers so much value to audience members. Not only will you witness a medieval battle between knights in an arena setting, but you get to feast on a Cornish hen, corn on the cob, roasted potatoes, a fresh dinner roll, and an apple square from your seat. It doesn’t matter how much you pay for your tickets or where you sit in the arena because everyone gets treated to a delicious dinner suitable for a king or queen.

King Arthur’s Arena has a 900-seat capacity. It is divided into three seating categories: Category A, Category B, and Category C. Each category contains sections with five seating rows in every section. The seating sections are organized by different countries representing the knights, including Dragon, Ireland, Russia, Norway, Spain, Austria, Hungary, and France. Of course, you don’t actually have to be from these countries because they are only part of the show. Think of it as role-playing from the audience.

The minimum price for Excalibur Tournament of Kings tickets is $77, while the maximum price is $96.50. The price range between the minimum and maximum isn’t too far apart, so you may feel compelled to pay about $20 more for better seating in the arena. It all depends on what interests you the most. All the seats have clear views of the knights in the arena. No obstructions will get in the way of these views.

The seating sections surround the battle arena in a U shape. The best seats are the ones close to the center of the U shape because they will put you within 50 yards of the active jousting action in the arena. Most people will want to get the seating in the middle, so you need to act fast before the tickets for these center seats are sold out.

Let’s explore the three main seating categories below:

Category C

Category C seating contains the cheapest tickets at a starting price of $77. You will get seated at the ends of the left and right sides of the arena. Even though they don’t give you perfectly aligned views of the stage, you’ll still get unobstructed views of the action while enjoying a complimentary dinner. Most Las Vegas shows don’t usually give guests so much at the cheapest ticket price. That is what makes Tournament of Kings particularly special.

Category A

Category A still gives you seating on the sides of the arena, but you will have a more direct view of the stage where the jousting action occurs. The minimum price of Tournament of the Kings tickets for Category A seating is $82, which is only $5 more than the Category C prices. So if you can spare another $5 for your ticket purchase, it is definitely worth choosing Category A seating for the little bit of extra cost. 

Category B

Category B contains the center seats in the arena. They give you the closest views of the knights and the jousting battles on the stage. You’ll need to pay a minimum of $97 for Tournament of Kings VIP tickets that get you seating in Category B. The countries represented in Category B are Dragon and Russia. Since only a limited number of seats are available in Category B, you need to act fast before they are all sold out.


The listed prices for the Tournament of Kings show tickets are subject to change. Sometimes a sudden cancelation or extra available seating can cause ticket prices to get reduced. However, if you want to guarantee that your preferred seating choices are available, you should purchase your tickets well before the scheduled showtime.

FAQs About Tournament Of Kings Show

The Tournament Of Kings Show lasts about 90 minutes.

The Tournament Of Kings Show plays at Excalibur every Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday at both 6 PM and 8:30 PM, as well as Sunday, Monday, and Friday at 6 PM.

Yes, try to arrive about 30 to 60 minutes before the show begins.

The Tournament of Kings is suitable for children of all ages. There is no minimum age requirement to see the show in the King Arthur’s Arena at the Excalibur Hotel in Las Vegas. The medieval-style action in the arena is not bloody or gory but kept at a family-friendly level.

The Tournament of Kings menu contains food choices that make you feel like you’re having dinner with royalty in medieval times. The stylish dinner cuisine includes lemon pepper roasted potatoes, slow-roasted Cornish hen, an apple square, corn on the cob, a fresh dinner roll, and several other vegan and vegetarian-friendly food choices.

The horses are kept at the stables of the Excalibur Hotel.

The Tournament Of Kings Show plays at King Arthur’s Arena at Excalibur Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.

There is no formal Tournament of Kings dress code to enter King Arthur’s Arena of the Excalibur Hotel. You can dress like royalty if you wish, but feel free to dress in any casual clothing you want.

The best row in the arena is Row A because it gives you a front seat to the action. However, some people may prefer to sit in a row farther in the back because they want to see the entire arena in their line of sight. So, what are considered to be the “best seats” is somewhat subjective. Everyone will have a different preference. Check out Tournament of Kings seating chart for more information on seating possibilities.

The minimum price of Tournament of Kings Las Vegas tickets is $78 and up. All ticket packages come with a complimentary dinner.

The price you pay for your Tournament Of Kings tickets depends on when and where you buy them. For the best deals on tickets, be sure to check out our page for Tournament Of Kings discount tickets.