Greenville welcomes back Euphoria festival 2018

Euphoria is a four-day food, music and wine festival in downtown Greenville. (Courtesy: Euphoria)

Tickets are on sale now for the 13th annual Euphoria Food, Wine and Music Festival in Greenville, S.C.

Euphoria is a four-day food, wine, and music festival held each September to recognize Greenville's thriving culinary and music arts communities.

This event is long known for its intimate culinary, musical and learning experiences, and even a special talent line-up. It will take place from Thursday, Sept. 20th through Sunday, Sept. 23rd.

A rundown of the event:

Beginning on Thursday evening, the festival kicks off with its Songwriters' Recipe and Greenville Kick-Off Party, as well as two Guest Chef Dinners. These dinners include a collaboration from chefs Michael Toscano of La Farfalle in Charleston and Michael Kramer from Jianna. While Restaurant 17 welcomes Tory McPhail from Commander's Palace in New Orleans.

On Friday a three-piece band, The Occasional Milkshake, will perform in the Wyche Pavilion at the night's event Taste of The South. This signature event will welcome several new and returning chefs from Carrolton Market, Atlas, Milton's, High Cotton, and many more.

Saturday's main event is Feast by the Field. This event showcases nationally acclaimed chefs and purveyors for tastings, cooking demonstrations, and more. Several wine seminars and classroom seminars will take place throughout the day as well.

Saturday night will be wrapped up with Big Easy bash with a New Orleans style Soda City Brass Band and food from New Orlean's chef Tory McPhail, and more.

Sunday will begin with "Fired Up!" Sunday Brunch. This smoking feast will feature more local chefs and a few from Charleston and Asheville to prepare this year's BBQ feast and music from My Girl, My Whiskey and Me.

The festival ends with Sunday Supper, chefs from Davidson N.C will craft a family-styled meal. This event at Wyche Pavilion will be paired with cocktails, beer and wine and music by the cello and guitar duo Wirewood.

All proceeds from the festival fund Local Boys Do Good, created to benefit local non-profit organizations.

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