Tickets are now on sale for Greenville’s food, wine and music festival euphoria. Organizers have announced some of the schedule and talent lineup for this year’s event, which takes place September 17-20.
“We look forward to celebrating the 15th year of euphoria, even if the festival will look a little different this year,” said euphoria executive director Morgan Allen. “We are planning for every scenario since this situation is constantly changing. For now, we’re releasing tickets for some of our smaller, more intimate events, like lunches, guest chef dinners and classrooms. We’ll announce additional events as we learn more about what’s being recommended for safely holding larger events amid COVID-19 concerns.”
This year’s events include:
- Guest chef dinner featuring chef Steven Devereaux Greene at Avenue
- Guest chef multicourse lunches and dinners at local restaurants such as Restaurant 17, Stella’s Southern Brasserie, Halls Chophouse, Oak Hill Cafe and the Loft at Soby’s
- Chadwick Boyd and “Top Chef” alum Carla Hall will host a hands-on biscuit-making class
- Other euphoria classroom topics will cover beer and wine, an intimate chef’s table and more
- Chef Shawn Kelly will host a guest Michelin-starred chef on September 17 at Fork & Plough
- Chef Michael Kramer will host a guest Michelin-starred chef on September 18 at Jianna
- Chefs Teague Moriarty, Emma Bengtsson and Kyle Connaughton will collaborate for Seeing Stars: A Michelin-starred Dinner on September 19
“We fully intend to continue with as many euphoria festivities as we can, once it is safe for us to do so,” Allen said. “We can’t wait to celebrate with everyone when the time is right. Until then, we will continue to support our local restaurants, farmers, purveyors, musicians and small businesses as much as we possibly can, while focusing on the things that make our community great.”
For more information, visit euphoriagreenville.com.