4510 W. Vine Street
9:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 31, 2012
$35.95 – $69.95
Kids | Family, Holiday, Performing Arts
Ring in 2013 in royal fashion as a guest of the King’s court! On Dec. 31, visitors to Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, North America’s longest running dinner attraction, will enjoy a New Year’s Eve party fit for a king.
The New Year’s Eve party includes a special 9:30 p.m. show, hors d’oeuvres, admission to the Medieval Village, a four-course medieval feast, party favors, a DJ and dancing, champagne toast at midnight (non-alcoholic substitutes will be available for guests under 21), a midnight countdown with balloon drop and a continental breakfast. Tickets are $69.95 for adults and $35.95 for children.
“We want to provide our guests with a night they will remember this New Year’s Eve,” said Jose Lopez, Medieval Times Florida Castle’s General Manager. “Ringing in the New Year with our loyal guests is a great way to celebrate the end of a fantastic year and the beginning of an even better one.”
Medieval Times unveiled a new show earlier this year, which was the attraction’s first since 2007. The new show features more rivalry and revelry than ever before. The updated show offers many new elements while retaining some of the most popular traditions. The live show still features two- and four-legged performers (knights and horses) with a utensil-free meal served in a castle-inspired arena.
More About The New Show
Almost two years in the making, the new live production presents even more audience favorites such as live jousting, sword fights, horsemanship and falconry. Guests are taken back in time and encouraged to cheer for one of six “Knights of the Realm.” In addition to a new story, the production includes new lighting, choreography and battle scenes, costumes, new horse dressage elements, and a new musical score custom created for Medieval Times and recorded in Kiev, Ukraine.
“In a sense, we went back to the basics,” said Leigh Cordner, Medieval Times creative director. “Guests will see a celebration of the horses along with more action and elements of high drama. The streamlined plot allows more concentration on the action. When we started to put pen to paper, we knew from the start we wanted to grab guests’ attention from the moment they take their seats. This led us to the creation of the opening moment, when Liberty Horse enters the arena.”
With authentic weaponry and enhanced armor, the new production presents non-stop action timed to the tempo of the music. And while there’s still a general theme of “good versus evil” throughout the show, guests will see much more of what they like most about the show – fight scenes that maintain the highest quality and safety standards.
Guests will enjoy a utensil-free meal during the new show. The menu includes:
Visit www.medievaltimes.com for more details or call 1-888-WE-JOUST.
Guests can also find Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament-Orlando on Facebook.