Euphoria Greenville, being held September 17-20, is one of the highlight food, wine and live music festivals in the south. For four days, crowds flock to Greenville, SC to experience the thriving culinary environment and lively arts community. Greenville, situated at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, stands out with its award-winning downtown, vast entertainment options and diverse population.
This year, Euphoria celebrates 10 years of good food, wine and music with a highly anticipated weekend-long event that includes exclusive tasting events, cooking demonstrations and wine seminars, as well as multi-course dinners and live musical performances.
Participating chefs include Adrian Carpenter from High Cotton in Greenville, SC, Annie Pettry of Decca Restaurant in Louisville, KY, Art Smith of Restaurant Fifty-Two in Chicago, IL, Frank Lee of Slightly North of the Broad in Charleston, SC and many more. For a full list of chefs, click here. Musical performances will include one of Euphoria’s founders, Edwin McCain, Marv Green from Nashville, TN, Tyler Boone from Charleston, SC and many more.
Since the beginning, South State has sponsored the jazz brunch held on Sunday.
“We are proud to be the sponsor of the jazz brunch again this year,” said Mike Coggin, regional president for the Upstate. “This year’s event will include chefs from nearly 20 restaurants and music from Delfeayo Marsalis and Mark Rapp. We encourage everyone to come.” To purchase tickets to the jazz brunch, click here.
Euphoria is organized and presented by Local Boys Do Good (“LBDG”), a non-profit organization. All net proceeds from Euphoria are distributed by LBDG through direct grants to other charities – mostly in upstate South Carolina – that focus on providing sustenance to those in need (food, hunger, and health), educating (through music, performing arts, or otherwise), or supporting children.
For a full list of events and ticket information please visit Euphoria Greenville’s website here.