Downtown Stockton California (CA)
 

 

 

The Blue Moon
French Quarter

Street Fair
Friday, March 22, 2013

4 PM - 8 PM

Ongoing updates at:

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The French Quarter will start the festivities on Main Street in front of the Bob Hope Theater before the concert featuring Jazz at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis*.

The French Quarter is designed as a street fair with a New Orleans twist. Food booths will scent the area with flavors of Cajun and French cuisines while live jazz bands will play live on an outdoor stage. Event participants will be able to purchase beads and masks and sip hurricanes in colorful glasses. A variety of strolling entertainment, like jugglers, fortune tellers and musicians, will also add to the festivities.

Also during the fair, unveiling of the semi-permanent display with the winning art in the Downtown Stockton Art Contest “Brubeck’s Music Inspires My Imagination” on the historic Main Hotel.

*Wynton Marsalis is a world-renowned jazz trumpeter-composer and nine time Grammy winner;
Tickets to the concert are sold separately at ticketmaster.com.
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Purchase tickets to the French Quarter by calling DSA at 209.464.5246
or at stocktonlive.com.

  • VIP PACKAGES: $31 (2 admissions to the French Quarter, 2 hurricane drinks
    with souvenir cups, and a $5 food pass)
  • FREE ADMISSION: University of the Pacific and Delta College teachers and students with
    a valid student ID; ticket holders for the Wynton Marsalis concert at the Bob Hope Theatre
  • GENERAL ADMISSION: $6

*Proceeds from ticket sales benefit the improvement of Downtown Stockton.

vip PACKAGES

VIP PACKAGE :
For only $31 you will get:

2 admissions to the French Quarter, 2 hurricane drinks with souvenir cups, and a $5 food pass

TICKET STOPS

Visit one of the businesses below on their designated day for a chance to get a free ticket to the French Quarter. Quantities limited.

THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 11:30 am - 1 pm
Misaki Sushi and Bar
222 N. El Dorado Street, at Janet Leigh Plaza

Serving the finest sushi and sashimi along with creative lunch and dinner combinations of tempura and teriyaki, Misaki is a great place to eat lunch or grab a bite
before or after a movie. Sake Bombs only $1.99 with a French Quarter voucher!

TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 11 am - 1 pm
The Snack Shack
357 E. Market Street


Choose from affordable breakfast and lunch plates in a cozy Mexican-American eatery. They make their own tortillas!
FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 11 am - 1 pm
Cassidy's Jewelry & Loan
303 E. Market Street


Stop by for a selection of gold and diamond jewelry, cameras, wallets, or musical instruments. Also providing collateral loan services.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 10 am - 1 pm
JF Donaldson Auto Shop
240 N. Hunter Street


Established in 1917, this family owned business offers unparallel customer services and affordable prices. Bring your car in for auto repairs and oil services or new tires and alignment.
MONDAY, MARCH 18, 11 am - 1 pm
Verve Networks
246 E. Main Street


Full service IT company.
THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 11:30 am - 1 pm
Yasoo Yani Greek Restaurant
326 E. Main Street


A family owned for over 40 years, this bohemian restaurant is a locals' favorite for lunch or dinner. Find on their menu traditional Greek items like gyros and baklava and American favorites like hamburgers and fries.

 

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MUSIC, FOOD AND ATTRACTIONS

LIVE JAZZ

Provided by the Pacific Brubeck Institute:

- Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet
- Pacific Jazz Ensemble
- Rio Americano Band Program
- Davis High School Jazz Band
- Berkeley High School Jazz
Program subject to change.

BEER

Blue Moon

Coors Light

Third Shift Amber Larger

Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy

Redd’s Apple Ale

Laguanitas IPA

WINE

From the Acquiesce Winery:

- 2012 Grenache Blanc
- 2012 Roussanne
- 2012 Viognier
- 2012 Grenache Rosé

HURRICANES

This passion fruit-colored relative of a Daiquiri has been a mainstay in the French Quarter since the 1940s.
LE BISTRO RESTAURANT
Gumbo, Shrimp & Grits,
Andouille Sausage Sliders
Coffee
MIDTOWN CREPERIE Shrimp Po' Boy Sandwiches
Vegetarian Pasta
Beignets

MERCHANDISE

Hurricane Cups with Crazy Straws;
Mardi Gras Beads

DRESS CODE

Come in a costume and save $2 off a beer!

Absolutely no: extremely baggy shirts, pants or jeans; hats or caps that are worn backwards or sideways; beanies or bandanas; sleeveless shirts (males), tank tops (males), plain white T-shirts (males), or T-shirts with obscene writing/graphics; ripped, torn, dirty clothing including sneakers/shoe; and clothing or "accessories" that could be considered gang attire.

Downtown Stockton Alliance reserves the right to deny entry to guests wearing clothing deemed inappropriate.

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