Save your breath because Euphoria is taking out the struggle of lugging your camping gear from your car to the campsite by introducing the shuttle system. New to 2017's festivities, shuttles will pick campers up at the parking lot and transport them and their belongings to the campsite. Additionally, campers can arrive early onsite if they purchase Early Entry passes, which reduces wait time and allows you experience more of the Carson Creek Ranch and its natural scenery.
Sleep in Style
Hanging out VIP-style at Euphoria is real. The Tentstile Camping Package is only for true festival glampers with extra dough to spare. The package includes purchase of the Tentstile Stingray tree tent (which will be set up in the trees upon your arrival) and 2 VIP Festival Fly Life and Camping Passes (express entrances, preferred viewing areas, luggage drop-off services, VIP restrooms, and pre-party access). The festival's Enlightentment package offers European-style Bell tent in a reserved luxury camping area complete with bedding, lights, flooring, and more.
Art Outside Village
The now-defunct Austin festival Art Outside now gets a showcase at Euphoria. Art Outside's producers bring their signature stunning curated art installations, workshops, yoga, music, performances and much more to this new space. Read more here.
Yoga seems to be a standard at most festivals these days, but it makes sense. Stretching and preparing your body for 8+ hours of dancing is the only way to prevent yourself from hobbling from stage to stage due to soreness and fatigue. Morning yoga classes are exclusive to Euphoria campers inside the campgrounds, and afternoon classes are set to music and open to all festival attendees.
Staying on-site is the best way to experience Euphoria. Carson Creek Ranch is a relaxing place to pitch a tent. If you'd rather use traditional lodging options, there are many places to stay in Austin proper.
Carson Creek Ranch is conveniently located five minutes from the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Join Euphoria's green initiative by carpooling with friends and fellow festival-goers, using ride share with Lyft or Uber, or taking the bus from Downtown Austin.