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Texas Based Euphoria Music Festival Launches New Festival In Denali, Alaska

Coming off an epic 5th Anniversary this past April, Euphoria has announced plans to expand the brand into Denali, Alaska, June 17-18th. The inaugural two-day festival will be held at The 49th State Brewing Company in Denali Park, just 8 miles north of downtown Denali and overlooking the Alaska Range. Created to celebrate Alaska’s Summer Solstice, which allows for 22 hours of functional daylight, Euphoria Denali will feature: Muzzy Bearr, Blunt Force, Denali Cooks, Willgood, Jasper Chili, Rupert the Duke and Clark After Dark. More artists are expected to be announced in the coming week. The festival is also partnering with the Brewery to provide beer-related workshops, as well as a special IPA. Euphoria Denali is the brand’s second expansion into a new market, with last Fall’s South African edition as the first.

“We are constantly looking for ways in which to expand our message," says festival producer Mitch Morales. “Euphoria Denali allows us that opportunity and with a community that is in step with our values .”

Two-Day General Admission passes are available now for $35, plus fees. Friday and Saturday single day passes are available for $20, plus fees. Camp sites can be reserved through McKinley RV Park and Campground, which The 49th State Brewing Company is located on. Tickets are available online at www.euphoriadenali.com. Euphoria Denali is an 21 and over event.


Euphoria Denali is produced by Vivid Sound Entertainment. Visit www.euphoriadenali.com for the most up-to-date information. Stay connected on Twitter at www.twitter.com/EuphoriaMusFest and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/EuphoriaFest.

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