The Red River Revel is a yearly celebration of sustenance, culture, workmanship and music that happens in Shreveport, Louisiana, every year in the long stretch of October. The Revel started in 1976 as a bicentennial festival, supported by The Junior League of Shreveport. It is a charitable celebration, and any cash earned from trade that happens returns into the money related pool for the following year's Revel.
In a few of the long stretches of the celebration, mosaics have been delivered on the celebration grounds which kept going after it was finished. A craftsman makes a plan that incorporates the Revel logo, and participants work to set up shaded tile pieces to coordinate the outline. While a portion of the mosaics of past years have been expelled or hindered from locate because of resulting development, others stay unmistakable, including on the base of the Texas Street Bridge.
The Revel has the stalls of numerous specialists every year which incorporate artistic creations, gems and artworks, and in addition a kids' territory to give workmanship instruction to kids. The celebration likewise includes unrecorded music. Specialists, for example, Benjy Davis Project and Corey Smith performer have played on the Revel's stages. It is one of the famous event.