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euphoria2024 | September 19-22

Mouthwatering Events

chefs, musicians & beverage professionals

charities supported since 2006

into the upstate community

We understand the importance of investing in our community. Over the past 18 years, euphoria has had the privilege of financially supporting over 40 Upstate charities who focus on sustenance, education through performing arts, and/or aid for children.

Check out the 2024 Grant Recipients

More Than Critically Acclaimed Food

euphoria serves up a helping to the local 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.


Economic Impact in 2022


both local & guest

17 Years

over 40 charities

greenville, sc

Perfectly Seasoned with a Pinch of Southern Charm

The city of Greenville adds a  contemporary touch to the euphoria experience. In addition to being recognized as an up-and-coming Southern city, Greenville also offers a unique mix of cuisines, making it a trendy and influential culinary city. But there’s more than just great food here! With its revitalized downtown, masterfully landscaped city park, cultural attractions, shops and galleries, and friendly surrounding communities, you’ll have plenty to discover in Greenville and the Upstate.

explore greenville

It took decades of hard work, but today [Greenville] surprises visitors with its low-key culture and high-wattage charm.

The Washington Post"You're going where?"

Greenville is #3 of the top 10 Hottest Foodie Cities in America

People Magazine

Now known for its start-up spirit and urbane downtown, Greenville makes our hot list.

National Geographic"Best Cities in the US"

Though small, Greenville, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, may be the next major food destination

New York Times"52 Places to Go 2017"