Saturdays, 9/28 and 10/5 - 11am - 10pm
Sundays, 9/29 & 10/6 - 11am - 7pm
Mon - Wed, 9/30-10/2 - 5pm - 9pm
Thurs - Fri, 10/3 & 10/4 - 11am - 10pm COME HAVE LUNCH AT THE REVEL!!!
*Includes Chase Stage, Concessions, Artists, Market, & Sports Bars
(& Fanci Facez, Sand Art, Corporate Booths; list subject to change)
Saturdays, 9/28 and 10/5 - 11am - 9pm (an hour earlier than Revel closes)
Sundays, 9/29 & 10/6 - 11am - 7pm (Same as Revel hours)
Mon - Fri, 9/30 - 10/4 - 5pm - 9pm (an hour earlier than Revel closes; opens at 5pm all weekdays)
**Volunteer-run activities include Shriners, Brookshire's, Library Land, Obstacle Course, Bounce Houses, Mock Dig, Stage, & Artist for a Day/Pumpkin Painting (Activities are located in or adjacent to the Depot Pavilion; list subject to change)
General Admission of $5 is charged:
Saturdays: 11AM - 10PM
Sundays: 11AM - 7PM
No Admission Charged:
Mon. - All Day
Tues. - Fri. Until 5:30PM
To Children 12 and Under Accompanied by an Adult
Everyday to Military and First Responders with Valid ID
9-Day Reveler Pass: $10
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Louisiana is full of unique culture. 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.
Red River Revel is one of Louisiana's oldest, largest, and most celebrated festivals. Spanning nine days and showcasing local and national visual and performing artists, the Revel is an award-winning festival each fall.
Join us for an amazing cultural experience and enjoy the selections of art in multiple formats the Red River Revel has to offer! From auditory to hands-on, music & performing, to visual arts, there is something for everyone at the Red River Revel!
Red River Revel has been celebrated local and national arts and entertainment for over 40 years. We strive to deliver an amazing week of art and music education and entertainment for kids, teens and adults to enjoy. Our festival brings thousands of artists and civilians together each year to honor the history and culture of visual and performing arts.