Vendors serve everything from funnel cakes and seafood macaroni to favorites like Natchitoches meat pies and chicken & waffles!
Over 80 artists specializing in oils, acrylics, sculpture, jewelry, woodwork, glass, metal and much more!
One spectacular lineup.
In addition to the festival classics like Mock Dig and Brookshires Miniature Grocery, or thrilling action rides and interactive exhibits, The Revel also hosts 5,000 4th graders each year during school hours for a dynamic arts education program. This program is organized by community education professionals and the education administrations of Caddo & Bossier Parishes.
Please Note: Revel Arts Festival admission tickets are available exclusively at the entrance of the event
how to revel
What are the festival hours?
The Revel opens daily at 11:00 AM and closes at 9:00 PM on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and at 10:00 PM on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Children’s Area closes at 8:00 PM daily. Art Alley closes one hour before the festival closes each day.
Where is parking located?
Street parking is free after 5 PM, Monday-Friday and on weekends.
Free parking lots are located at:
- Railyard Lot (70 Lake St)
- UHaul (315 Lake St).
Limited Handicapped Parking is available behind Riverview Hall (83 Crockett St, enter from Commerce St) and is available on a first come, first served basis.
Are pets allowed at the festival?
Pets of any kind are NOT ALLOWED at the festival. This includes birds, small dogs, cats, snakes or any other type of animal. Registered service dogs are allowed with the proper credentials.
How much does it cost to get in?
Admission is free before 5:00 PM on weekdays and only $5.00 after 5:00 PM or on weekends.
A $15.00 Reveler Pass allows guests access into the festival any day/time.