Super excited to announce that 2018 Euphoria Greenville information is now live on the apps. Download now to get complete Event Schedule, Chef Profiles, Music Previews and much more!
Euphoria allows locals and visitors alike to gather in the heart of Greenville to enjoy the city’s vast entertainment options and celebrate and enjoy its thriving culinary and arts communities.
euphoria was founded in 2006 by platinum-selling singer/songwriter Edwin McCain and prominent Greenville restaurateur, Table 301’s Carl Sobocinski. Even before Greenville’s famed revitalization, the pair knew that our quaint city was something to be celebrated. McCain and Sobocinski wanted others to see this potential too—and out of this desire, euphoria was born.
Over the last 13 years, euphoria has grown from a passion project into a highly anticipated annual four-day festival for attendees from near and far. euphoria features exclusive tasting events, intimate musical experiences, cooking demonstrations and wine seminars, as well as multi-course dinners and live music concerts.
Euphoria Greenville sells out quickly so get your tickets now! 💫
Euphoria & The Community
While euphoria shines a spotlight on culinary excellence and the charm for which Greenville is known, one of our main missions is to cook up goodwill for our community. Since 2006, our non-profit festival not only makes a substantial economic impact on the city year after year, but proceeds from euphoria are distributed through annual grants to local charitable organizations
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