Buckle up, foodies. We’re less than 2 months out from euphoria — Greenville’s signature food, wine + music festival featuring chefs from all over the country. For those who are new to the area, euphoria is kind of a big deal (read: you aren’t gonna want to miss out).
Over the course of just four days (🗓️ Sept. 16-19), euphoria hosts 40+ wine, food, and music events across some of our fav GVL venues and restaurants. And with events ranging from a classroom-style how-to on grilling local veggies to a throwback dinner featuring classic dishes and live music, this year, there’s something to satisfy every craving.
There’s a lot on the menu (er, schedule) this year — so we rounded up a few #MustDo events to consider before grabbing your tix:
For the first-timer (or the one who wants a taste of it all):
If you’ve never been to euphoria before, Feast by the Field is a great way to get a little sampling of it all. This year there will feature 20+ chefs, pitmasters, wineries, breweries, and mixologists at Fluor Field both Saturday and Sunday, with both single-day ($90) + two-day ($170) passes available.
For the cocktail enthusiast:
euphoria’s newest signature event, Aged to Perfection ($140), makes its debut on Thurs., Sept. 16 at Larkin’s Sawmill. Spend the night sipping euphoria’s private select Maker’s Mark bourbon blend, with bites from restaurants + food trucks and live music from Kami Ocean & The Rhythm.
For the foodie who also loves music:
Grab tickets to Classic Hits, Saturday’s guest chef dinner at Southern Culture Kitchen & Bar. Chef Nikki Compton will host Chef Torrece Gregoire (Hell’s Kitchen season 14 runner up) as the two team up to create iconic dishes inspired by classic hits. Like all euphoria events, your ticket is all-inclusive of food, beverages, and live music. This one will have you on your feet, ready to sing along and dance the night away.
Click the button below to see the full schedule + purchase your all-inclusive tickets online. Oh, and the best part? Tickets support the nonprofit festival, which gives back to local charities — like Mill Village Farms’ Foodshare Greenville program, which provides low-income families with produce boxes, recipe cards, and access to a virtual cooking show. Ⓟ