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The full schedule for this year’s slate of euphoria events is now live, with tickets for the fall culinary festival going on sale April 28.

This year’s euphoria, which runs from Thursday, Sept. 15 through Sunday Sept. 18, features high profile guest chefs, including Daniel Boulud, the Michelin-starred French chef at the helm of New York City’s Daniel, ranked by Forbes as the best restaurant in America in 2019.

See the full schedule and chefs lineup

But for those unable to wait until fall, this year’s euphoria spring fest runs Thursday, April 28 through Sunday, May 1, with tickets on sale now. The spring fest will feature 48 different events and interactive classes, ranging from Michelin-starred dinners to pickling instructions, cocktail curations and craft beer tastings, and plenty more.

euphoria hosts a variety of events, including:

  • Cooking demonstrations
  • Wine and beer seminars
  • Live musical performances
  • Multi-course dinners featuring Michelin-starred chefs

Another signature euphoria event, “tapas and tinis,” will be held July 8, with tickets going on sale May 31.

The lineup for this year’s euphoria comes just a few months after the annual festival was awarded the Governor’s Cup by Gov. Henry McMaster at the 58th annual Governor’s Conference on Tourism & Travel in Greenville on Feb. 9.

The Governor’s Cup recognizes an attraction, destination, or development that demonstrates extraordinary success in tourism — in this case, euphoria’s multimillion-dollar impact on Greenville’s tourism scene, according to the award citation.

Morgan Allen, executive director of euphoria, said she initially hesitated to even submit for the award.

“Candidly, in years past I might not have even taken the time to apply, because there are so many other attractions or festivals or events in the state that are so much larger than us,” Allen said. “But just how hard we worked the last two years, I thought why not just apply. To win is a true testament that we must be doing something right.”

Greenville Journal