Tournament of Kings Dinner & Show
May 7 @ 6:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 6:00 pm on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until May 31, 2020
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The medieval-themed Tournament of Kings Dinner & Show combines arena-style entertainment like jousting and sword fighting with a bacchanalian feast befitting a king.
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TOURNAMENT OF KINGS DESCRIPTION
Travel back to the Middle Ages and experience a celebration of Medieval proportions. This dinner and show features jousting, dancing, singing and a feast fit for a king.
Guests are seated in an arena-style setting with each section representing a different “country,” with guests encouraged to cheer on the king representing their section. Knights go head to head in various competitions including a horse race, jousting, sword fighting, and gladiator-style battles.
Once seated, guests are served the first portion of their dinner, “dragon’s blood” (hot tomato soup.) Just like what real lords and ladies would have experienced back in the Middle Ages, utensils are not provided, and patrons have to eat with their hands. After a hearty dose of merriment from Merlin and the jester a drum processional files into the arena to announce the entrance of King Arthur.
During this time, dinner consisting of a roasted Cornish hen, steamed vegetables and a biscuit is served. While the audience dines, a large round table is lowered into the center of the arena where King Arthur and the other knights also partake in the feast, raising their glasses and toasting to the joyous occasion. Dessert is served afterward and includes a sweet pastry.
After a song and dance number by the court maidens, the knights set aside their glasses and engage in some friendly competition to determine who is the champion king.