Somerset Harp Festival Online

Location & Accommodations for On-Site July 21-24

Sheraton Parsippany, Parsippany NJ

Discounted Booking Rate Deadline: June 22

Sheraton Parsippany We're be back at the Sheraton Parsippany for our hybrid Festival in-person and online July 21-24. If you purchased your VIP (Very In-Person) ticket already, we suggest booking the hotel ASAP to assure yourself of a space. Use our Room Block to get the best rate.

199 Smith Road, Parsippany NJ 07054
Phone: (888) 627-8148, say you want the room block for Somerset Harp Festival or use the handy online reservation link below.
Conveniently located right off I-287, I-80 and close by Rt. 46
  • Our Room Block is discounted at $119/night at the Sheraton. Discount Ends June 22.
  • You'll save money by using our room block. We got you a great deal so take advantage of it!
  • Complimentary wi-fi is included for our room block.
  • Complimentary parking.
  • Book Now! Click here to book online. Rates will be available 2 days prior and 2 days after the festival.

NEW! Meal Plans for On-Site: Food at the Festival

meals The Amuse Restaurant at the Sheraton is open daily for Breakfast from 7-11am. The Amuse bar opens at 4pm.

Festival Dining options: At Lunchtime, there will be a Grab & Go Table with assorted salads, sandwiches & wraps, fruit, drinks and other quick-grab items you can purchase as you're running to the Harp Tasting, Lunchtime concert or just want to have lunch with your friends.
Breakfast and Dinner Meal Plan: We've arranged for a separate dining area in the Jesters Court area just for our people with our Meal Plan Tickets. No having to wait for table service in the restaurant. Limited food options, of course, to keep things simple and quick. Join up with your friends for a meal! See the menu and meal plan options below and pay in advance for your tickets (your meal tickets will be with your badge when you sign-in on-site at the festival). The festival is picking up the tax & gratuity on the meals we have in these plans to encourage our attendees to participate. DEADLINE TO SIGN-UP: JULY 15.

  • Breakfast: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    • Coffee/tea
    • Bagel
    • Oatmeal / Cold Cereal
    • Fresh fruit
  • Dinners: Thursday, Friday, Saturday
    • Thursday: Caesar salad, Lemon pepper tilapia, Spanish rice, Vegetables, Brownie, Coffee/tea/cold beverage
    • Friday: Mix green salad bar (tomatoes, carrots, onion, and croutons 2 types of dressing), Roasted chicken 1/8ths, Penne tomato cream, Vegetables, Cookies, Coffee/tea/cold beverage
    • Saturday: Chopped salad (with cucumber, tomato and carrots & assorted dressing), Grilled Chicken breast in natual jus, Roasted potatoes, Steamed seasonal vegetables, lemon cake bar, Coffee/tea/cold beverage

There are 3 options on the pulldown menu below.

Meal Ticket Options
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If You're Flying In

The hotel does not have a shuttle that goes to any of the area airports. We suggest that you fly into Newark International Airport. We have contacted State Shuttle which operates out of Newark (and JFK) and they have vans suitable for transporting you and your harp. They only need 24-hr notice on a reservation. Sorry but the cost I previously posted on this page was from 2019! s Call 1-800-427-3207 (if calling from outside the US, dial 973-347-3144). Drive time from Newark: about 30 minutes. Drive time from JFK: about 1 hour. See below for train/bus mass transit options. Uber and Lyft are also options.

Hotel Shuttle

The Sheraton has a shuttle that does pick-ups within a 5-mile radius of the hotel, Monday-Friday 7am-10am and Monday-Thursday 5pm-8pm. This includes the Morris Plains Train Station but only until 5pm and various points along Rt. 46. The hotel's main phone is (973) 515-2000. PLEASE CALL THEM TO CONFIRM PICK-UP LOCATIONS AND TIMES.

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