Get ready to eat, drink, and dance for a good cause, GVL. It’s euphoria week. From Thurs., Sept. 15-Sun., Sept. 18, Greenville’s chefs, beverage pros, and musicians will serve, teach + perform for thousands of locals and tourists.
Here’s what you can expect from the four-day festival by the numbers:
40+: Signature events
Large tasting events, intimate musical experiences, food and wine seminars, multi-course dinners + live music concerts are all on the menu for this year’s festival. Didn’t get tickets yet? See what’s still available.
17: Years of euphoria
The festival was founded in 2006 by singer-songwriter Edwin McCain and Table 301 restaurateur Carl Sobocinski.
$3.8 million: Economic impact
The 2018 festival brought nearly $4 million in economic impact to Greenville. The 2021 festival distributed 6,223 tickets — 39% of which came from tourists.
$347,300+: Grants distributed to local charities
Proceeds from the festival are distributed to Upstate charities. Here’s a second figure: 40+ — the number of charities euphoria has supported over the last 16 years. This year’s recipients include A Child’s Haven, Greenville Tech Foundation, Mill Village Farms + The Meyer Center.
Don’t miss your chance to attend. Get your tickets to one of the remaining events.