StocktonCon Summer Returns
About The Show
StocktonCon Summer returns to Stockton Arena September 11-12, 2021!
More details will be announced in the upcoming weeks, but we have already confirmed some really fun Special Guests that are excited to come to StocktonCon!
We are working with the San Joaquin County Health Office to be able to bring you a fun and safe event. The safety our our spectators are of our highest priority.
It takes a lot of combined effort to make our events some of the top independent events on the West Coast. We’d also like to thank Utility Telecom, Visit Stockton, Carrillo Law Center, Best Buy, Buffalo Wild Wings, Cumulus Radio, Giuffra’s Party Rentals, ABC 10, My 58, Chase Chevrolet, Minuteman Press, Port City Marketing and Supreme Pro Wrestling for their continued support.
StocktonCon will be following the San Joaquin County and State Health Guidelines for our events. Masks are required if you are not vaccindated. If you are fully vaccinated, masks are encouraged but not required.
If you have any specific questions, please email us at StocktonCon@yahoo.com.
After careful consideration with Stockton Arena and the San Joaquin County Public Health Services, all attendees at StocktonCon are required to be vaccinated or have a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours (3 days) of the event. Attendees must verbally acknowledge that they meet either criteria, though physical proof is not required.
It has also been determined that StocktonCon will require masks for all attendees, guests and vendors, regardless of vaccination status. Cosplay masks, neck gaiters or bandanas will not be acceptable as a face covering. Masks must fit securely around your nose and mouth. Additionally, StocktonCon will have a reduced capacity compared to prior years.
Costume and Cosplay
These policies apply to cosplay and costume pieces. Face coverings must be visible at all times. For this reason, headwear and cosplay pieces which cover the face must still wear an approved mask under the covering. If your face is fully covered, please be prepared to remove the covering to show the mask underneath. We appreciate your understanding.
These are the only occasions when the mask is allowed to be removed:
* Designated dining areas (when actively eating and drinking)
* Celebrity Booths (masks must be worn indoors at StocktonCon but may be temporarily removed if the guest is offering photo opportunities at their table. This applies to celebrity and creator guests and is at the guest’s discretion.)
Occasions where masks are not required:
* Children under two years old, due to the risk of suffocation.
* People with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that precludes wearing a mask. This includes those for whom a mask could obstruct breathing; who are unconscious or incapacitated; unable to remove a mask without assistance; people for whom seeing the mouth is essential for communication: hearing impaired, or those communicating with a person who is hearing impaired; people for whom wearing a mask would create a risk as they work.
If you are not vaccinated and cannot or are unable take a Covid-19 test, unfortunately you may not attend StocktonCon this year and we’ll hopefully see you in 2022!