After four years of expansion, the EDM and jam band festival, Euphoria Fest at Carson Creek ranch has intentionally scaled back and restructured as Finding Euphoria. Instead of a three-day event, this year’s festival will  be a single-day music event with two days of camping.

Denis Jasarevic of Gramatik performs at the 2014 Austin City Limits music festival on Sun., Oct. 12, 2014 at Zilker Park in Austin, TX.
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Leading the fest’s lineup is Slovenian DJ and Producer Gramatik. EDM duo Hippie Sabotage, bass artist G Jones and dance artist K?d will also perform.

Other artists on the bill include Medasin, Boogie T, ATLiens and Squinto.

Festival organizers say their aim is to evolve the concept from a three-day music festival into a “sustainable year-round community based around curiosity, creativity and, of course, great music.”  To complement the festival, they’ve created an ongoing event series. Camping for this year’s festival has been capped at 2,000, with workshops, music and special programming on Friday and Sunday for those who choose to attend.

Finding Euphoria takes place on May 11-13 at Carson Creek Ranch.  Tickets run $49, $79 with camping. Gates are at 2 p.m. on Saturday. 9507 Sherman Road.