North American Midway Entertainment
We are North American Midway Entertainment, the world’s largest traveling outdoor amusement park. We provide a safe midway experience including Rides, Games and Food to over 15 million fairgoers every single year in 20 states and 4 Canadian provinces, including 10 of the top 50 fairs in North America.

  • We are the world’s largest traveling midway company.
  • There is nothing more important to us than “SAFETY”.
  • We are the industry leader in Customer Service.
  • We provide the highest quality midway entertainment to over 15 million fairgoers annually.
  • We entertain at fairs and exhibitions in 20 states and 4 Canadian provinces.
  • We produce the midway at over 145 events annually including 10 of the Top 50 Fairs in North America.

    With the expanded Kiddieland area at the Indiana State Fair set for August 2-18, there are sure to be more smiling faces and photos taken.  New to the area are life-sized animal topiary trees along with...

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  • NEW RIDE for 2013 SPEED! August 6, 2013

    Don’t miss our brand new ride Speed!  This new ride is a huge hit and is getting rave reviews from hard core midway riders and thrill seekers!  Two sets of two seats are mounted...

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  • Big Brother/Big Sisters at the Marion County Fair August 5, 2013

    The 11th Annual SummerFest at the Marion County Fair in Indiana was held June 21-29.  North American Midway Entertainment donated nearly 700 wristbands to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana enabling the youth and their...

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  • Giant Wheel visits Atlanta for the Big Dance Concert Series August 4, 2013

    North American Midway Entertainment provided our Giant Wheel at the Big Dance Concert Series that coincided with the NCAA Final Four Basketball Championship in Atlanta, Georgia, April 5th through 7th, 2013.The Big Dance...

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  • 18 Days at The Ex September 19, 2012

    The 135th edition of the Canadian National Exhibition came to a close on Labor Day, September 3rd, 2012 after 18 days of hot and steamy Southern Ontario Weather. This fine Toronto tradition sits...

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