TOTAL: GET TICKETS
One of euphoria’s most popular events, the Sunday Brunch will again feature a group of guest pit masters in addition to more than a dozen local and regional chefs. It wouldn’t truly be brunch without Bloody Marys and mimosas, and they’ll be flowing freely, accompanied by your favorite traditional brunch items, and music courtesy of My Girl, My Whiskey and Me.
Synchronize your watches for 11:30am at the Culinary Stage to witness the Healthy Lunchtime Throwdow. Four finalists, between the ages of 8 and 18, will each be assisted onstage by a Michelin-starred chef. The winner will have their recipe featured on the lunch menu for Greenville County Schools.
Picture a warm September night along the banks of the Reedy River, with some of the best chefs from around the South filling the open-air Wyche Pavilion with food that defines their idea of Southern cooking. Stir in signature cocktails, craft brews and wine to slake your thirst—and what’s not to like? It wouldn’t be euphoria without live music: opening band The Vegabonds will set the stage for headliner Occasional Milkshake, featuring Mark Bryan of Hootie and the Blowfish. So don your best sundress, grab your significant other, and come out for a Southern celebration y’all won’t want to miss!
Expect stars to collide at the ne plus ultra of euphoria dinners. This year, four Michelin-starred chefs from the U.S. and France will join Chef Shaun Garcia in the kitchen at Soby’s New South Cuisine to craft an unforgettable meal. If you’ve never dined in a Michelin-starred restaurant, this dinner is your chance to savor exquisite cuisine—with wines to match—executed by some of the best chefs in the business. Trust us, by the end of the evening, the culinary combination of Vivien Durand (Restaurant Le Prince Noir, Bordeaux, France), John Shields and his wife and pastry chef, Karen (Smyth, Chicago), and Brandon Jew (Mister Jiu’s, San Francisco) will have you seeing stars.
Take-two of this crowd favorite event will again take place under the stars at sprawling Trailblazer Park in Travelers Rest. Twinkling lights dress the park in festive mode for a N’awlins-worthy alfresco party, set to the rollicking New Orleans-style jazz of the Soda City Brass Band. NOLA chef Tory McPhail of Commander’s Palace joins an all-star lineup of local and regional chefs to spice things up, food-wise. So take your cue from the Big Easy, and let the good times roll!
Tickets to the Big Easy Bash include the option of transportation from downtown Greenville. To purchase that ticket, please visit this page.ADD TICKET TO CART
OUR FRIENDS LOVE US
Greenville was absolutely terrific. I'm not just saying that - I completely fell in love with the place.
MENTION US ON TWITTER @euphoriaGVL