From Big Apple to the Wave

Nickodemus' sound is like a traveling circus that gets everyone's hips and feet moving.

DJ NICKODEMUS is coming to Cumberland on April 30 all the way from New York City.

DJ NICKODEMUS is coming to Cumberland on April 30 all the way from New York City.




Nickodemus’ sound is like a traveling circus that gets everyone’s hips and feet moving.

It will stop off in the Middle East and Africa, over to Brazil, Colombia and the Caribbean, up to New Orleans and landing in his hometown in Brooklyn, New York City.

Nickodemus been touring as a DJ and collaborating with musicians all over the World since 1996! He has two albums and remix albums called Engangered Species and Sun People as well as seven Turntables on the Hudson compilations to date.

His songs can also be found on hundreds of compilations as well as several movies and TV shows including: Battle in Seattle, Sex in the City, Dancing With the Stars, True Blood & commercials such as iTunes, Revlon, Heineken and Michelobe.

In his remix machine, Nickodemus has done mixes for a wide range of artists including  Billy Holiday, Nina Simone, Bebel Gilberto, Sultan Khan, Omar Farul Tekbilek, Thievery Corporation, Astor Piazzolla and the Pimps of Joytime.

His latest project on self-owned Wonderwheel Recordings comes after a successful launch of Next Aid in South Africa during the World Cup. It includes recordings and mixes of songs from children in the Earthchild Project in Capetown.

When he’s not out on tour, in the studio or eating pizza, he saves special outdoor events for his eclectic and energetic event called Turntables on the Hudson!

Included on the bill with Nickodemus is Nils from Beats Without Borders in Vancouver and Benny Renegade our own premier DJ and dance floor wizard. Showcasing premier beatmasters from N.Y.C., Vancouver and the Comox Valley ensures that the Waverley is the place to be April 30.

Admission is $12 advance, $15 after 11 p.m.

Advance tickets available at Bop City, the Waverley Hotel and by phone 250-336-8


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