As society continues to practice social distancing, euphoria is changing its annual Tapas & Tinis event into a tailgate-style dining experience on July 10 at the corner of S. Markley and S. Main Streets in downtown Greenville’s West End.
“We had to get creative to find a responsible way to host the event this year, and we are really excited with what we’ve come up with,” said Morgan Allen, euphoria’s executive director. “The health and safety of our guests and participants is our top priority. We have protocols and procedures in place, and we are closely following the current state and local guidelines for events. We are asking attendees to maintain proper social distancing and not to attend if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, to protect themselves as well as those around them.”
Attendees can expect to dine at designated tables while listening to the Charlotte, North Carolina-based band Java. Tickets can be purchased in groups of two to eight people, and each group will be assigned a parking spot to sit in. Only tickets purchased together will be in the same spot.
The event tickets are sold in three tiers including:
- Super VIP, which is $760 for 8 tickets. This tier includes upgraded seating, table service for all-inclusive food and beverage, hand-picked wines courtesy of Wine House and early entry at 6 p.m. These tickets must be purchased as a package.
- VIP, which is $75 per person and includes designated seating closest to the stage and table service for all-inclusive food and beverage. Up to eight tickets may be purchased together per spot.
- General admission, which is $55 per person and includes all-inclusive food and beverage and seating in a designated spot. Up to eight tickets may be purchased together per spot.
For more information, visit euphoriagreenville.com.