Winter 2022 Tickets

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2022 StocktonCon Winter Ticket Sales Locations

Tickets for StocktonCon Winter on Sunday, January 16th are on sale now at the link above or at the following locations with no service fee for cash purchases (add $2 for debit/credit). Pre-sale tickets are just $10, and $15 at the door on the day of the event.

2022 StocktonCon Winter Ticket Sales Locations

Stockton
Al’s Comics (cash only)

Ceres
Cruisers

Elk Grove
Big Pop Shop

Lodi
Comic Grapevine
The Launchpad

Manteca
Fantastic Collectibles
Cruisers

Modesto
Modesto Comics
Invincible Comics
Cruisers
(4931 McHenry Ave. – 4120 Dale Rd.
4000 E. Briggsmore Ave. locations)

Riverbank
Cruisers

Sacramento
A-1 Comics
Comics & Collectibles
Empire’s Comics Vault and Hot Sauce

San Leandro
The Comic Shop

Suisun City
Waterfront Comics

Salida
Cruisers

Union City
Comic & Figure Addicts

Under the state of California COVID guidelines, all attendees at StocktonCon Winter will require either proof of vaccination OR a negative antigen COVID-19 test within one day of the event OR a negative PCR test within two days of the event. Attendees must verify with physical proof that they meet either criteria, and attendees 18+ must provide identification as well.

It has also been determined that StocktonCon Winter 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.

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.

Mask Guidelines

These are the only occasions when the mask is allowed to be removed:
* Designated dining areas (when actively eating and drinking)

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 at our next event!