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French Quarter Street Fair in Downtown Stockton

On March 22 at 8 pm, the University of the Pacific Brubeck Institute will host a concert at the Bob Hope Theater featuring Jazz at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis, a world-renowned jazz trumpeter-composer and nine time Grammy winner.

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


Purchase tickets to the French Quarter by calling DSA at 209.464.5246
or at

  • 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

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

Additional Info at

Author: Caravan News
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