248 W Fremont
Stockton, California 95203
Phone: (209) 373-1400
Monday: 8:45 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:45 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:45 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:45 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:45 AM – 5:00 PM
The Stockton Arena is located on the Downtown Stockton Waterfront adjacent to the Stockton Ballpark (Banner Island Ballpark).
The Stockton Arena is the primary home to the Stockton Heat Hockey Team and the Stockton Kings, the G-League Team of the Sacramento Kings.
This Facility Features:
• 8,600 – 12,000 seats, based on configuration
• 24 Luxury Suites
• The Record Press Club Level with 344 Club Seats
• Full rigging and stage equipment
• Four sided Daktronics video display and scoreboard
• Distributed house sound system
• Easy load-in and load-out
• Ample backstage amenities
• NHL regulation ice sheet (85’x200’)
• 5,000 square feet of conference space
• Ticket office and computerized ticketing system
What can I say about Stockton and the Disney on ice tour besides its a fantastic marriage? The seats we had were what most consider "upper", "nose bleed", or "cheap" but and my family were able to see the wonderful performance with ease. Even our 2 year old! Fantastic experience, and next time, we may go without the kids!
Had a great time at the hockey match we attended. The arena was clean and well appointed. We happened to be staying at the waterfront hotel next store and saw there was a match at 6 and bought tickets. The best entertainment was a fellow attendee. He was cracking us up. The hockey match was highly entertaining as well. We sat in section 116, 4th row.
I was born and raised in Stockton and am so glad to have this arena. Lots of fun events here...hockey games, concerts, cons of all types...lots of fun. I have sat in every section of this arena and I dont think there is a bad seat in this place!
Went to go see Disney on Ice. It was a great experience. Clean bathrooms and clean seating area. Everything was wonderful and everyone was helpful to get us seated. Seats were high up but still a great view.
Easy parking, but a bit confusing how to exit the garage and head to the arena. Our seats were on the floor and included food and drink. The food was good, but only water was free. We had to pay $10 each for a beer. A bit disappointing for the price. Enjoyed watching game up close at least.
The arena is pretty good and convenient. Good visibility pretty much from any place. I was there last fall, at the Casting Crowns concert. Praise God for such concerts. The only problem was parking. We parked on the forth o fifth floor and after the concert we were waiting like 20 min to leave.
We went to a preseason game for the Stockton Heat. The arena itself was very neat, clean, and well set up as far as entry inside as well as parking. Although be advised parking near the arena will cost you $20. There's parking garages and a lot across the street that will run you $15. We were well served when purchasing tickets, much easier to go through the arena office than ticket masters for instance. They tack on a lot of extra fees. The office might also be better for getting deals on ticket packages. We had a lot of fun and are definitely looking forward to seeing more games.