Mitch Frazier succeeds Brad Chambers, who took the role of Indiana secretary of commerce in August.
Pickle pizza among 22 new vendor menu items at Indiana State Fair
Two alcoholic beverages, Sun King’s Caramel Corn beer & Hi and Mighty’s Lemon ShakeUp, will join the roster of menu items.Read More
New artists added to lineups of All IN Festival, Indiana State Fair
Another national headliner and seven Indiana artists have joined the All IN Festival roster, while the Indiana State Fair has added Trace Adkins and other acts to the free-concert lineup.Read More
Chaka Khan, Kansas among Indiana State Fair concert attractions
The Indiana State Fair announced five concerts Wednesday, including appearances by country singer Carly Pearce and the Turtles.Read More
Indiana State Fair sees slump in attendance despite adding extra day
This year’s fair, which closed Sunday, was extended to 18 days, but saw its second-worst attendance figure since 2007.Read More
The Indiana State Fair is set to offer new food items this year that will be featured in its “Taste of the Fair” contest, includes everything from a funnel-cake-inspired beer to a grilled cheese sandwich made with waffles.
The pigs at the Indiana State Fair are officially getting a new place to stay after the state released $50 million to replace the almost century-old swine barn with a multiuse facility that will also be able to host large sporting events.
The Indiana State Fair Commission announced Tuesday that the fair will be July 30 to Aug. 22 but may look a little different to meet health requirements.
The Indiana State Fair has been called off this year, but the fairgrounds will still feature dozens of rides and vendors selling fair food this summer.
Storms and severe weather warnings held back crowds at the Indiana State Fair on closing weekend.
This aerial view of the Indiana State Fair—taken on Sept. 5, 1938—showcases the midway as well as the Indiana Department of Conservation tent, which is touting its successful raccoon restocking program.
Some of the Indiana State Fair’s food vendors venture each year into new or new-ish territory, whether simply for novelty or to actually try to find a new way to satisfy the hunger of Hoosiers.
Organizers are hoping for a repeat of last year's string of dry, sunny days that helped boost attendance to nearly 907,000 people.
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.
A string of dry, sunny days contrasted with the rainy and hot weather during last year's fair that knocked crowds down.
Officials from Fishers and Noblesville, which share ownership of the 37-mile railroad corridor with Hamilton County, voted Monday morning to select the only bidder that plans to use just the northern part of the track. Hamilton County officials abstained from the vote.
Nearly all of the proposals submitted to operate the Nickel Plate Railroad line in Hamilton County would use the entire corridor, despite plans from local governments to rip up a major section of the rails for a recreational trail.
The Subaru Skyride will rise about 35 feet above the ground and travel east and west between the Swine Barn and the Midway.
This year’s attendance was hampered by excessive heat and nine days of precipitation that brought more than 4 inches of rain, officials said. Sunday, however, brought a record final-day crowd.
The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that the state is not liable to pay damages incurred by a company that provided stage rigging that collapsed and killed seven people during the 2011 state fair.
The Indiana State Fair Commission said that this year’s attendance total is the fifth highest on record. The fair closed out its 17-day run Sunday.