Savor Lodi’s Walking Food Tour

Feb. 1

Whether you’re a Lodi native, recently relocated, or just passing through, the Savor Lodi Walking Food Tour will give you a taste of the Lodi life. From unique restaurants to breweries and dessert shops, experience some of downtown Lodi’s most iconic flavors on Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, or 29 . Savor Lodi 221 W. Pine Street, Lodi, (209) 294-8677,


Dorothy Indelicato 32nd Annual Fine Art Show

Feb. 1 – 21

This annual art show has been a community installation for more than three decades, welcoming local artists to enter their original acrylic, watercolor, pastel, oil, charcoal, or ink artwork. The public is invited to vote for their favorite entry and maybe even claim dibs on a piece. Delicato, 12001 S. Hwy 99 Manteca, (209) 824-3501,


Stockton Heat

Feb. 1

Come experience a game first-hand and see how exciting the fast-paced, hard-hitting action of live hockey is for yourself. Cheer on the Stockton Heat at one of the home games—Feb. 1, 14, 15, 17, 28, and 29—during this exciting 15th yea rof hockey in Stockton! Stockton Arena, 248 W. Fremont St., Stockton, (209) 373-1500,


Savor Lodi’s Brunch Tour


Brunch like never before and discover the best breakfast and bubbles downtown Lodi has to offer with Savor Lodi’s Brunch Tour on Feb. 2, 9, 16, or 23. You’ll also have the chance to meet some of the owners and chefs along the way. Savor Lodi 221 W. Pine Street, Lodi, (209) 294-8677,


Band of Brothers Road Show

Feb. 3

American Authors and Magic Giant are coming to Sacramento on their Band of Brothers Road Show. Enjoy an intimate performance at Ace of Spades to see the rising stars of indie and folk music. Ace of Spades, 1417 R St., Sacramento, (916) 930-0220,


Cooking School: Valentine’s Day Cookie Decorating

Feb. 4

Join Katie Wood, owner and designer Ainslie Lane Cookie Studio, at this two-hour workshop for some pre-Valentine’s Day decoration practice. Supplies are provided in this small-group setting – just bring a smile and your sweet tooth! Wine & Roses, 2505 W. Turner Rd., Lodi, (209) 334-6988,


Stockton Kings

Feb. 5

The Stockton Kings are a member of the official minor league of the NBA that aims at preparing players for the NBA. It’s a great opportunity for basketball fans to see rising stars before they make it big. The team plays at home Feb. 5, 8, 10, 12, 13, 19, 22, 24, 26. Stockton Arena, 248 W. Fremont St., Stockton, (209) 360–2229,


Disney On Ice presents Mickey’s Search Party

Feb. 6 – 9

Join Mickey and his friends as they follow Captain Hook’s treasure map in search of clues that will lead them to Tinker Bell. Filled with stunningly choreographed skating, soaring acrobatics, and unexpected stunts, you’ll get a glimpse at Disney favorites like Coco and Moana. Stockton Arena, 248 W. Fremont St., Stockton, (209) 373-1400,


Chris Lane at Ace of Spades

Feb. 7

You’ve never seen country like this. Chris Lane is embracing modern country trends while falling back on his own country idols to create a one-of-a-kind sound. Now, he’s coming to Sacramento following the release of his new album, Laps Around the Sun. Ace of Spades, 1417 R St., Sacramento, (916) 930-0220,


Sky Tours at Delta College

Feb. 8

Weather permitting, volunteers from the Stockton Astronomical Society will set up their telescopes at San Joaquin Delta College (Athletics 1 parking lot) as they welcome novice astronomers to join in. Every month they will point their telescopes into deep space and point out different deep sky objects for attendees to discover. San Joaquin Delta College, 5151 Pacific Ave., Stockton, (209) 471-1674,


17th Annual Valentine Run/Walk

Feb. 8

The 17th Annual Valentine Run/Walk to benefit the Legal Services of Northern California, which helps fund LSNC’s mission to help empower the poor and secure access to basic needs. There’s a race for everyone from a kiddo quarter-mile fun run to a fastest attorney category in the 1.8- and 4-mile races. Country Club Plaza, 2310 Watt Ave., Sacramento, (916) 551-2164,


Escape to Margaritaville Live at the Gallo Center  

Feb. 12 – 13

Escape to Margaritaville is a musical comedy delivering all the Jimmy Buffet hits you could hope for, including “Fins,” “Volcano,” “Cheeseburger in Paradise,” as well as original songs. Find your escape in this little slice of paradise! Gallo Center for the Arts, 1000 I St., Modesto, (209) 338-2100,

Seven Guitars at the Gallo Center

Feb. 14 – 16

The Sankofa Theater Company’s production of Seven Guitars is sure to captivate the audience. Set in the 1940’s and exploring themes of African-American struggles with identity and self-acceptance, the audience will follow the seven main characters leading up to a following one of their deaths. Gallo Center for the Arts, 1000 I St., Modesto, (209) 338-2100,


Frankie Quiñones Live @ The Bob Hope Theatre

Feb. 14

Come see Frankie Quiñones take the stage – plus his famous alter egos Creeper and Juanita Carmelita. Known for the memorable characters he creates and for his stand up, his show is sure to tickle your funny bone. Bob Hope Theatre, 242 E. Main St., Stockton, (209) 373-1400,


An Evening with Travis Tritt @ The Bob Hope Theatre

Feb. 15

Experience this rare opportunity featuring multi-platinum artist Travis Tritt in an intimate solo-acoustic setting where he will be performing some of his biggest hits, including “T-R-O-U-B-L-E,” “It’s A Great Day to Be Alive,” and “Best of Intentions.” Bob Hope Theatre, 242 E. Main St., Stockton, (209) 373-1400,


A Musical Tribute to Carole King featuring Stepahnie D

Feb. 16

Celebrating the 48th anniversary of Carole King’s album Tapestry, the Stephanie D Band offers a loving tribute, showcasing elegant piano playing and powerful vocals in this special Valentine show. Come for favorites such as “I Feel the Earth Move,” “It’s Too Late,” and “You’ve Got a Friend.” Hutchins Street Square, 125 S. Hutchins St., Lodi, (530) 273-7934,


Art Expression of San Joaquin Souper Supper

Feb. 20

Join Art Expression of San Joaquin for a night of sipping soup made by celebrity chef Michael Midgley, along with decadent desserts and handcrafted art. Take your soup bowl home at the end of the event and make a bid during the live auction for a chance to leave with something larger. Hilton Stockton, 2323 Grand Canal Blvd., Stockton, (209) 460-0780,


Pops 3: Symphony of Illusions with Michael Grandinetti

Feb. 23

Amazing things happen when magic meets music! You’ll be astonished as Michael Grandinetti combines stunning visual illusions with music in a fascinating magic show, live with the Stockton Symphony. This unique array of sights and sounds is sure to capture the imagination. Warren Atherton Auditorium at San Joaquin Delta College, 5151 Pacific Ave., Stockton, (209) 951-0196,


Miranda Lambert Wildcard Tour

Feb. 29

On the heels of her Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour, CMA Female Vocalist of the Year nominee and seven-time winner Miranda Lambert is bringing the show to Sacramento with her Wildcard Tour. Lambert’s MuttNation Foundation campaign, Fill the Little Red Wagon, will be collecting donations of dog food, treats, supplies, and cash before the show. Golden 1 Center, 500 David J Stern Walk, Sacramento, (888) 915-4647,

Chinese New Year Celebration

March 1

Kick off the Year of the Rat with the Chinese Cultural Society of Stockton’s annual Chinese New Year Celebration. The festivities start with a parade at 10 AM and continue through the day with entertainment like a traditional Lion and Dragon Dance, and other musical and martial arts acts. Stockton Civic Auditorium, 525 N. Center St., Stockton,


Blake Shelton’s Friends and Heroes 2020

Feb. 22

With 40 singles to hit the charts, including 26 number ones, Blake Shelton is at the top of today’s county music hierarchy. Coming to the Golden 1 Center with opening acts like John Anderson and Trace Adkins and special guest artist Lauren Alaina, this show is going to be a hit. Golden 1 Center, 500 David J Stern Walk, Sacramento, (888) 915-4647,


Night to Shine

Feb. 7

Sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, Night to Shine is a country-wide prom night for individuals with special needs. Hosted by churches across the country, the night is free for special needs individuals and celebrates everything that makes them unique. Hutchins Street Square, 125 S. Hutchins St., Lodi, (209) 745-0700 ext. 16,


Lodi Wine & Chocolate Weekend

Feb. 8 – 9

Everyone’s favorite pairing is returning to Lodi in a big way. For the first time, select wineries will open their doors on Friday to kick off the 21-and-over event early – with more than 50 wineries joining in the festivities over the weekend. Lodi, (209) 367-4727,


Almond Blossom Festival

Feb. 20 – 23

Always the last weekend of February, and the first festival of the season, the Annual Ripon Almond Blossom Festival includes a Queen Coronation, carnival, fun run, and more! The festival dates back to 1962 and it just keeps getting better. Mistlin Sports Park, 1201 River Rd., Ripon, (209) 599-7519,