Ticket Sales

Ticket Prices:
Online: Presale discount is no longer active. Tickets are $25 at the gate and at the following locations: The Arc of Warren County, NORWESCAP, WRNJ Radio, Panther Valley Pharmacy, Calico Country Flowers, and Donaldson’s Farms. Preferred Parking passes are also available at these locations at $25 per vehicle. FREE bus shuttle will run all day from the Panther Valley Mall on Rt 517 in Allamuchy. More info: 908-689-7525 x212. Thank you for supporting this great event!
At the Gate: $25 age 21 and older. This includes nondrinkers.

No tickets will be mailed. Your name will be at the “Will Call" gate. Please print out a copy of your PayPal receipt and bring it with you.

Tickets also are available by calling The Arc Foundation at 908-689-7525 x212 or NORWESCAP at 908-454-7000 before Sept. 22.

This is a rain or shine event to benefit NORWESCAP and The Arc of Warren County.
Field seating only, unless you wish to purchase a table under the tent (see Sponsor Opportunities). Lawn chairs and blankets welcome.

Thank you or your support of these fine nonprofit organizations serving people in need in your community.

Food and beverages are available for sale. No pets, and no outside alcohol are permitted. No coolers, please.

Just $20. Available until Sept. 22 at NORWESCAP, 350 Marshall Street, Phillipsburg; The Arc, 319 W. Washington Avenue (Rt.57), Washington; Serendipity, 40 E. Washington Avenue (Rt.57), Washington; WRNJ Radio, 100 Rt.46, Hackettstown; and Panther Valley Pharmacy & Gifts, Panther Valley Mall, Rt.517, Allamuchy.

FREE SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE is from nearby Panther Valley Mall on Route 517.

Proceeds from Grand Harvest will benefit NORWESCAP and The Arc Foundation. NORWESCAP, a nonprofit community action agency established in 1965, creates opportunities for more than 30,000 low-income people in northwest New Jersey by providing a large portfolio of self-sufficiency and emergency services. The Arc, Warren County Chapter was founded in 1954 and provides support and service to more than 1,100 county-area residents whose lives have been touched by intellectual and related developmental disabilities.