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Things to do in and around Stockton in November

This November, the iconic Bob Hope Theatre in historic Downton Stockton will feature movie, comedy and live music shows. Photo courtesy of Visit Stockton

With the holiday season starting early this year, the vibrant event scene in Stockton kicks up yet another notch.

In November, the local calendar is full of diverse happenings from comedy nights and arts exhibits to basketball games and live music. If you like classic entertainment, check out the musical “Oliver!” at Stockton Civic Theatre or Mannheim Steamroller Christmas at the historic Bob Hope Theatre. But if you like high energy shows, Jo Koy’s stand-up at the Stockton Arena is a not-to-be missed event.

Everyone will find something exciting to do in Stockton this month!

If you’re looking for sports and recreation

If you prefer arts, food and culture 

  • Through November, Haggin Museum features “Sci-Fi to Superheroes: The Art of Sideshow Collectibles,” a selection of limited-edition fine art prints and three-dimensional figures representing characters from iconic brands such as DC, Marvel and Star Wars.
  • Through Nov. 10, Contemporary Filipino American Art exhibit at Horton Art Gallery, San Joaquin Delta College
  • Nov. 11-12, celebrate the Stockton Hmong New Year with cultural performances, music, sports and food vendors at The Stockton 99 Speedway.
  • Nov. 13, Christmas Faire at Lincoln Center will celebrate winter holidays with live music, snow, Santa’s visits and seasonal surprises.
  • Nov. 13, relive the thrills of the epic movie “Jurassic Park at Bob Hope Theatre. The film won three Academy Awards for its technical achievements in visual effects and sound design and is considered a landmark in the development of computer-generated imagery and animatronic visual effects.
  • Nov. 17, Multi-talented comedian Rodney Carrington brings his recent show “Let Me In!” to the iconic Bob Hope Theatre. Mature audiences only.
  • Nov. 17 – Dec. 18, Stockton Civic Theatre brings onto the stage Lionel Bart’s musical “Oliver!” The musical is based on Charles Dickens’ beloved novel “Oliver Twist.”
  • Nov. 18-19, the prestigious 2022 Fine Arts Festival at St. Basil’s Greek Church features handcrafted items made from clay, glass and wood as well as unique jewelry and paintings.

If live entertainment is what you need 

  • Every Thursday, don’t miss evening jazz concerts at Take 5 Jazz Club inside the Valley Brew on the Mile. Great music, good eats and a laid-back atmosphere are what draws people to this local destination.
  • Nov. 13, Stockton Symphony presents “Made in America: Salute to American Composers at San Joaquin Delta College’s Atherton Auditorium
  • Nov. 17, international artist Yukiko Matsuyama bridges eras and cultures with her compositions for koto and western instruments. Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine during her performance at the Haggin Museum.
  • Nov. 18, one of today’s premiere stand-up comics Jo Koy brings his “Funny Is Funny” world tour to the Stockton Arena.
  • Nov. 29, get into the holiday spirit with Chip Davis’s Mannheim Steamroller Christmas at the historic Bob Hope Theatre.

Check our local farmer’s markets and street fairs 





New events are always added to the Stockton event calendar. Go to the Visit Stockton website to learn more. 

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