Amusement Consulting

We make hosting a carnival or circus simple with our three-step process:
1. Our team exclusively pitches your space or event to the most qualified amusement operators in the country.

2. We negotiate the best terms and rates based on space availability, market rents, sales history, season and industry expertise.

3. We oversee and manage the expectations and experience from setup through teardown to ensure the sucess of every event.

“They did an outstanding job for us. They were professional in all aspects. Their people wore uniforms and kept the parking lot spotless from beginning to end. Good Job……thanks.”

General Manager, Lakeshore Mall

“It was always kept clean, everything ran smoothly and I am very happy with the service and having them onsite to bring entertainment to the Mall.”

Property Manager, Prescott Gateway Mall

“The carnival was amazing and it looked great this year! Look forward to hosting it again soon.”

Director of Business Development, Sugarloaf Mills

KevaWorks FAQs

Amusement events are turnkey in that our operators provide all the insurance, electric, toilets, trash, permits and equipment.


The amusement operator requires a potable water source at the property. This water is used for food, games and to wash down the equipment as needed.


City, county and state use permits are always secured for these events by the operator or our office.


Off-duty police or bonded security is often provided as a requirement by the property owner, sponsor or city.


As per state law, the carnival and circus operators carry a minimum $1,000,000 insurance policy and in many cases even more. These policies always add the city, property owner, charity and festival as an additional insured to that policy and hold the same entities harmless as well.


The operator is responsible for all trash cleanup and disposal, which they perform at least twice per day and again at the conclusion of the event.


Restroom facilities including ADA units are always provided along with handwashing stations and regular servicing throughout the event.

Event Setup and Teardown

Setup typically begins on Monday afternoon, with teardown taking place late the following Sunday night after the event closes.


Some portions of the event may be fenced for safety reasons, to charge admission or as required by the property or municipality.

Fire Safety

The local fire department inspects all of the tents, rides and cooking facilities before the event begins. Additionally, all rides and tents are state inspected at least yearly and in many cases at each event.


All other parking areas will be available during this event.

First Aid

The operator typically employs first aid personnel, and local fire/rescue will be called if necessary.

Event Layout

A site plan will be provided with details of the event layout in advance of setup.