euphoria’s Roast & Toast lineup and tickets released


The euphoria Roast & Toast lineup has been announced, and tickets are on sale now.

Roast & Toast in partnership with TOWN magazine will be held April 28, 2-5 p.m., and is the official ticket launch event for the main euphoria festival scheduled for Sept. 19-22. Roast & Toast will take place at Larkin’s “L” at 211 E. Broad St.

Back again this year are crowd favorites White Stone Oyster Co. with steamed oysters, so guests can get their shuck on, and pit master Anthony DiBernardo of the Lowcountry’s Swig & Swine.

Restaurants representing the local culinary scene include Soby’s New South Cuisine, Restaurant 17, Greenbrier Farms, Larkin’s Catering and Events, Slush Buddies, and Greenville County Schools Food & Nutrition Services.

photo by Kavin Bradner

Cocktails from Larkin’s, made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Larceny Bourbon, as well as a selection of mocktails, wines from Crazy Beautiful Wines, cold beer from Quest Brewing, Sierra Nevada, and Stella Artois are included in the all-you-can-eat-and-drink $65 ticket.

“We have some really exciting announcements to make about our September line-up,” says Morgan Allen, euphoria executive director. “Along with the recent announcement that we’re hosting the Association of Food Journalists Awards this year, we have six Michelin-starred chefs over the course of three nights and a well-known headliner for Taste of the South. We can’t wait to share more on April 28.”

Organizers will share the full September schedule at Roast & Toast and release
tickets for the first time.

photo by Kavin Bradner

euphoria presented by Lexus is the Upstate’s premiere food, wine, and music festival. The four-day festival consists of more than 30 unique events, with exclusive tastings,
cooking demonstrations, wine seminars and multi-course dinners, as well as appearances from celebrity chefs and live musical performances. euphoria hosts local, regional and nationally-acclaimed chefs, beverage professionals, and musicians at various venues across the Upstate.


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