MON - WED: 11AM - 9PM
THURS - SAT: 11AM - 10PM
SUN: 11AM - 7PM
October 2-10, 2021
101 Crockett St.
How to Revel
Over 80 artists specializing in oils, acrylics, sculpture, jewelry, woodwork, glass, metal and much more!
Eat & Drink
Vendors serve everything from funnel cakes and seafood macaroni to favorites like Natchitoches meat pies and chicken & waffles!
Nine days, two stages, and a spectacular lineup.
There is an entire area exclusively for children’s activities, complete with its own performance stage!
Tickets & Parking
$5 General Admission:
Saturdays: 11AM – 10PM
Sundays: 11AM – 7PM
Tuesday – Friday: 5:30PM – CLOSE
Monday: All Day (11 AM – 9PM)
Tuesday – Friday: 11 AM – 5:30PM
Everyday to Children 12 and Under Accompanied by an Adult
Everyday to Military and First Responders with Valid ID
9-Day Reveler Pass: $10
Be the Revel
Visual Artist Application
We strive to make the Revel an enjoyable experience for visual artists — they are an important part of our festival. Artists are selected to participate based on a jury process.
We value our Sponsors. Support provided by local corporations and businesses allows for our festival to thrive here in North Louisiana.
About the Revel
The Red River Revel Arts Festival began in 1976 as the Junior League of Shreveport’s Bicentennial gift to the citizens of the region. From traditional Cajun cuisine to deep-rooted music and hand-crafted art, the Revel offers a vast experience through activities, entertainment, food, and local traditions.
The People of the Revel
The Red River Revel is administered by a Governing Board of 21 members representing the sponsors and the general community; it is facilitated by an Executive Director, a Festival Production Committee of 9, and 250 volunteer Chairmen.
Additionally, 2,500 community volunteers help implement the festival. The Revel features fine arts, food booths run by non-profit organizations, arts education programs, exhibits, and music and performing arts programs on multiple outdoor stages.
What We Are
Our nine-day festival attracts more than 80,000 people annually to honor the history and culture of visual and performing arts. Our goal is to provide the general populace a ‘Celebration of the Arts’ that brings the finest in visual and performing arts experiences to our area. The Revel is designed to be primarily educational in nature, entirely non-commercial, non-political, non-partisan and non-sectarian. We strive to deliver an amazing week of art and music education and entertainment for kids, teens and adults to enjoy.