*MUST BE 21+ to purchase tickets
Come spend a festive autumn afternoon OUTDOORS enjoying a wide variety of outstanding NJ wines in a Safe, Fun, Relaxing environment. While you Sip, Savor & “S”elebrate the season know that we have put into place a number of important protocols for NJ’s 1st “Socially Distanced” wine festival.
- Masks must be worn at all times except at winery tasting stations or when seated in the festival field
- 6ft of Social Distance must be followed between groups
- Festival layout and winery tents reconfigured for social distancing
- Access to winery tasting stations via socially distanced queue lines
- Groups of no more than 8 permitted at each winery tasting station ( 2-3 tasting stations per winery)
- Festival following consistent sanitizing protocol
- Ticket Required for Admission to the Festival
- Limited number of tickets available per day of the festival
- All tickets purchased on line only via festival website
- Must be 21+ to purchase ticket and attend festival
- Ticket Only Good For Specific Date (ticket can NOT be used either day)
October 10 & 11
$25 (Must be 21+)
Admission includes wine glass
Sample & Sales of a wide variety of NJ wines from seasonal favorites to traditional varietals to boutique offerings
Tickets are Limited
Tickets Only Available On Line
Must be 21 or Older to Purchase Ticket
Ticket Required for Admission Into Festival
Ticket Only Good For Specific Date (ticket can NOT be used either day)
Festival is Rain or Shine*
*Event Organizer reserves the right to cancel event due to severe weather conditions or situations which may endanger patrons and/or participants. No Refunds. No Pets Allowed.
Eats & Treats for Everyone
Ms Fu’s Yummy Food Truck – SATURDAY ONLY
The Flying Pie Guy – SUNDAY ONLY
Saturday, October 10
Sunday, October 11
The Uptown Getdowns
Gail Adams Jewelry
Carolyn’s Crystal Creations
The Bacon Jams
House Of Cork
Keystone Farm Cheeses
The Hangover Pretzel Company (Sunday Only)
Health & Safety
The health and safety of our festival attendees is our top priority. We have implemented several measures to protect our festival patrons and participating vendors from potential exposure to Coronavirus by minimizing contacts, promoting social distancing and increasing sanitation.
Individuals who have tested positive or have been deemed presumptively positive with Coronavirus; sought coronavirus testing but have not received results; been informed that they may have been exposed to Coronavirus or have experienced any symptoms of Coronavirus should not purchase a ticket nor attend the festival.
There is no guarantee that you will not be exposed to Coronavirus by attending the festival. By coming to the festival you acknowledge and agree that you assume the inherent risks associated with attendance. By purchasing a ticket and attending the festival you acknowledge that you have read, understand and agree to abide by this policy.
FAQ’s about the Grand Harvest Wine Festival 2020:
Is there an admission price?
Yes-Tickets are $25 for admission into the festival and include a wine glass for sampling. You must be 21+ to purchase an Admission Ticket. You MUST have a ticket to attend the festival. Tickets are limited and are only good for the specific date stated on the ticket. No cash sales at the gate.
I am not sampling–do I still have to pay the admission price?
Yes-everyone attending the festival must have a paid ticket to get into the event.
Is there an admission price for Kids or those under 21?
Those under 21 are not permitted to this festival.
When and where can I buy tickets?
Tickets can be purchased on this web site (see “Purchase Ticket” button above). Online service charge of $2.00 will be applied. Tickets are only available on line via this web site. No tickets will be available at the gate. HOWEVER patrons may buy tickets on line via this web site at anytime as long as they are still available. Tickets are only good for the specific date stated on the ticket.
Do you accept Credit Cards?
Majority of the wineries accept credit cards for purchase of wine by the bottle and/or case. Credit Cards are not accepted at the festival for purchasing your wristband and wine glass for sampling. Credit Cards are accepted for on line purchase of festival tickets via this web site.
Are coolers and outside food/alcohol allowed at the festival?
Picnic baskets and outside coolers are permitted at the festival however NO outside alcohol is allowed. We will ask you to have your coolers open so we can check for any outside alcohol.
Can you open purchased bottles of wine at the festival?
Yes-you are welcome to open purchased bottles of wine from the festival and enjoy them within the festival grounds. Please note that no open containers are permitted beyond the festival grounds.
Will there be food available?
Food and beverages (non-alcoholic) will be available for purchase at the festival. See our great list of food trucks!
Is there a parking fee?
No-parking is free at this venue.
What is there besides wine?
The festival features a live band stage with performances each day by some of the very best regional bands. Make sure to also take time to stroll our artisan crafter area for wonderful hand made items, marinades, culinary treats and wine related items.
Can I bring an umbrella or tent?
YES-Pop-up style tents and large beach or patio style umbrellas are ARE PERMITTED FOR THIS FESTIVAL in order to assist with social distancing. In order to have a pop-up tent or umbrella you MUST have stakes and weights to secure the tent from wind. The festival organizer has the right to require you to remove the pop-up tent or umbrella should it be deemed dangerous in any way.
What can I bring?
Blankets, camping or beach chairs, camping or portable tables, etc are all permitted.
Are pets allowed?
Pets are not allowed. Assisting animals are permitted however you must provide proof.
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