Mark your calendar for an ​exciting​ 4-night spectacle coming to the Comox Valley, June 28th through July 1st.

The Caravan Stage Company is bringing Nomadic Tempest to town!

Co-presented by Project Watershed and Elevate, Nomadic Tempest is an intense, beautiful, gritty and timely post-apocalyptic rock opera about climate refugees in a future drowned world complete with aerials, projections and original score.

Audiences gather on the shore and experience soaring vocals, aerial artistry and large scenic elements backed by spectacular lighting and sound effects combined to create the visual and auditory feast that has enthralled audiences across North America and Europe.

​This provocative and unique theatrical presentation is specifically performed​ in areas most impacted by rising sea levels and the realities of flooding – and forced migration – due to ​c​limate​ ​​change.

​​Th​is​​ after-dark show​ ​is​​ ​performed on a 90-foot replica tall ship that will be docked on the Courtenay River at the Old Fields Sawmill (Kus Kus Sum) site.​

Comox Valley audiences will gather on site at 8 pm all 4 nights for pre-show​ concerts, food and beverage​ vendors​ and a unique perspective on the river, the estuary, the Valley and our place in it all.

All the funds raised support Project Watershed’s historic purchase and restoration of the Kus Kus Sum site.

Tickets are $25 ($10 for 14 and under) and available on line ​HERE ​NOW.
For ticket links, parking and park and ride information, seating and other important details visit www.projectwatershed.ca or www.elevatethearts.com

“Nomadic Tempest is an incredible assembly of talent, technique, multi-media, and variety. It is beauty, fantasy, technology, complexity, eye-, ear- and mind-filling. And, in the beauty and the power of the performance is a powerful, graphic, sobering portent for our environment.” ~Dick Pierce, Professor, Eckerd College

Project Watershed and Elevate

NOMADIC TEMPEST AT KUS-KUS-SUM

Celebrate Canada Week with a once in a lifetime opportunity to see a live theatrical performance on a replica tall ship while seated on the Kus-kus-sum site on Comox Road. This event is being hosted by Project Watershed in collaboration with Elevate. All proceeds from this event go towards the restoration and purchase of Kus-kus-sum. The event will go from 8pm to 11pm and include pre-show music and arts performances, food trucks onsite and more…