Camp Euforia Gives Back

Article Contributed by Camp Euforia | Published on Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Bluegrass, world, reggae, funk and jam are all coming to Camp Euforia XI (CEXI) this summer. It’s one-festival, two-days, for all-ages, featuring over 20 bands including Eufórquestra, Keller Williams, Motet, Kyle Hollingsworth Band on July 11-12, 2014 on Jerry’s Farm near Lone Tree, Iowa.  But this year, there will be more than music at center stage. Camp Euforia is partnering with the Crisis Center of Johnson County to in order to pay for 4000 pounds of food for the needy.From Year I, Camp Euforia planned community welfare as a festival side effect and CEXI is setting "Group Goals" to reach the Two-Ton-Target: for all festival-goers, give just $1 per person; for Eufórquestra-aholics, attend the band-hosted happy hour & all tips will go to the Crisis Center. Help CEXI give back even more this year.With its hallmark eclectic musical lineup, this year Camp Euforia is turning it up to eleven. And now Saturday-single-day tickets are available. Save money by purchasing advance tickets at!About EufórquestraOriginally from Iowa City, IA, Eufórquestra relocated to Fort Collins, CO in August 2008 and has made a splash on the Colorado music scene. Eufórquestra is energy and rhythm personified. The band’s ever-evolving sound has been influenced by music from all over the world with an emphasis on funk, pocket and groove. For over a decade, the band has been igniting dance floors across the country with a blend of funk, soul, afrobeat, reggae and dub to create a sound that “explodes, dances and melts in your ear with sheer bliss.”(Chris M. Slawecki; Cornfed ProductionsA sister company to Eufórquestra LLC, Cornfed Productions was created to run the festival operations by former Eufórquestra member Eric Quiner (keyboardist) and local Lone Tree land owner Jerry Hotz.About The Crisis Center of Johnson CountyThe Crisis Center of Johnson County is passionate about treating individuals in crisis as valuable human beings. Residents of Johnson County can receive grocery assistance once a week, with no limit on the number of weekly visits per year. The Food Bank provides non-perishable items as well as produce, bakery, deli, dairy, and health & hygiene items as they are available through donations.