The Stockton Memorial Civic Auditorium is a presentation setting in Stockton, California. Development started in 1924 and the assembly hall opened in November 1925, it situates around 5,000 individuals. Nearby planners Glenn Allen, Ivan C. Satterlee and W.J. Wright were granted development, while Stocktonians led security drives to finance development of the Memorial Auditorium to respect the individuals who gave their lives while serving in the Armed Forces in World War I. Engravings at the highest point of the outside dividers contain "To the men of Stockton,California who gave their lives in World War I."
The stage is underneath a proscenium style curve. The outside dividers of the structure are block with bond mortar complete in impersonation of Indiana limestone. The inside dividers are block, fortified concrete or metal slat and mortar. The basic pieces of the rooftop and overhang are fortified cement. The field's hardwood floors are white maple over solid subfloor, and the rooftop is of "Armso" iron over felt. The Auditorium facilitated the Big West Conference men's ball competition in 1976 and was the home of the University Pacific Tigers men's b-ball until 1982, the year Alex G. Spanos Center opened. (The Spanos Center has since been prevailing by Stockton Arenaas Stockton debut indoor scene) The office has facilitated various shows throughout the years including Carlos Santana, Rush, and Blue Oyster Cult. The Grateful Dead played 1/18/78 at the amphitheater on their well-respected west coast winter visit.