It’s been a bumpy ride for North American Midway Entertainment, which was sold in 2015 to a Connecticut-based buyer for $75.5 million. One of its former owners just bought it back for $23.5 million.
The annual Danville event, returning for a fifth year May 18-20 celebrates a love for “The Andy Griffith Show,” which ended its original run in 1971.
Conner Prairie is teaming with Carmel-based hospitality company Ritz Charles on a $3 million project that will renovate the historic Chinese House at the Fishers living history museum and add an event venue along the White River.
U.S. companies spend hundreds of millions annually on entertaining customers and clients at sporting events, tournaments and arts venues, an expense they can no longer partially deduct from their tax bill under new law.
Bars have begun offering trivia nights focused on a particular pop-culture topic, instead of general trivia, which draws devoted teams of super fans.
Indianapolis officials say they’re up for the challenge of hosting the eighth annual College Football Playoff National Championship in January 2022, even as they’re planning six other big sporting events that take place within a 13-month stretch.
The city of Fishers on Tuesday announced a new event to replace the Freedom Festival—a 29-year-old summer celebration that was called off last year over financial issues.
The city’s decision to end support has made the annual summer event financially impossible, organizers said.
That compares to $30 million the Indianapolis business community contributed in cash and in-kind services to support the 2012 Super Bowl held at Lucas Oil Stadium.
The Indiana State Fairgrounds & Event Center is set to host a six-week festival that has attracted as many as 100,000 visitors in other markets.
Zionsville resident Sarah Agee, who launched Plum & Poppy Weddings and Events about five years ago, talks about the trends shaping her business.
Long gone are the days when on-stage presentations at conventions or corporate meetings consisted of a speaker with a handheld mic and a curtain as a backdrop.
Gen Con enjoyed record attendance for the ninth straight time, officials for the annual gaming event announced Monday.
A string of dry, sunny days contrasted with the rainy and hot weather during last year's fair that knocked crowds down.
The Indianapolis Downtown Artists and Dealers Association—better known as IDADA—plans to cease operations by Dec. 31, about 15 years after the not-for-profit's founding.
Local hospitality officials are expecting the 50th edition of the annual gaming event to be one of the biggest conventions the city has ever hosted.