Collide Festival "A Finale For Stockton Arts Week"
The City of Stockton will present a big finale to Stockton Arts week on Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018, with the Collide Festival at Weber Point Events Center, from 4 – 9 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and will offer entertainment, interactive exhibits, food vendors and Stockton’s – first ever – drone light show.
Collide is a celebration, bringing our community together through the arts. The festival will showcase theater, music, fashion, spoken word, dance, painting, a community live art competition and the grand finale drone light show. The goal of the festival is to spark collaboration and inspire new combinations of cultural and artistic traditions.
“We are excited to work with GoodStock to showcase Stockton’s burgeoning arts scene. The arts, particularly local artists, are the unique lifeblood that gives color and character to a community. Our artists reflect the city’s spirit, and we look forward to providing a platform to showcase their talents and creativity,” said John Alita, Community Services Director.
The finale event is made possible in collaboration with Goodstock Productions and by the generous sponsors, Visit Stockton and RO-SHAM-BO.
To learn more about the Collide Arts Week and the Collide Festival Finale, please visit the Stockton Arts Week website www.visitstockton.org/stockton-arts-week to view a detailed list of all the Arts Week events taking place throughout the city, including Weber Point, 221 N. Center St., and Janet Leigh Plaza, 222 N. El Dorado St.