Things to do in Stockton: concerts, festivals, car shows

Brit Floyd at the Bob Hope Theater with The Pink Floyd tribute show

Brit Floyd will be at the Bob Hope Theater on Thursday with The Pink Floyd tribute show. A show that recreates the final 1994 Pink Floyd tour. The Wall, The Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here are just some of the songs that can be enjoyed at the show.

When: 8-10pm June 23

Where: Bob Hope Theatre, 242 E. Main St., Stockton

Admission: $40-100 tickets may be purchased online


Speak Easy Drag Show

The San Joaquin Pride Center in collaboration with The Catalyst is celebrating Pride Month with a Speak Easy Drag Show at Yosemite Street Village.

When: 6-9 pm June 24

Where: The Catalyst, 937 N. Yosemite St., Stockton

Admission: $5 pre-sale (scan QR code on the flyer) $10 at the door


“Picnic on the Green” car show

“Picnic on the Green” car show comes to the fairway at Swenson Park Golf Course on Saturday. An event by the Franklin Syndicate Auto Club with customs, rods and muscle cars that are more than 40-years-old, music by Dallas Knapp, food from The Fox Den restaurant and a raffle.

When: 8am-2pm June 25

Where: Swenson Park Golf Course, 6803 Alexandria Place, Stockton

Admission: Free


Dawn of Summer Fest

Dawn of Summer Fest is a 12-hour celebration of all things DIY. The music festival will take place at Hatch Workshop on Saturday, starting at 10 am and going till 10 pm

More than 20 local music artists, maker vendors and food trucks can be enjoyed at the festival while supporting local musicians and artists.

When: 10am-10pm June 25

Where: Hatch Workshop, 40 S Union St, Stockton

Admission: $20 presale, $25 at the door, to purchase tickets online visit


fish fry

The Combat Veterans of America Association is having a fish fry to raise funds to help support veterans.

When: 11am-4pm June 25

Where: 844 Ryde Ave., Stockton

Admission: $12 ticket donation


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