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Event Archive - Beats without Borders presents Nickodemus: Beats Without Borders, Nickodemus, Shamik the Human Beatbox, ZimbaMoto, Kesseke Yeo

Thu. March 5th 2009 Centre for Digital Media, Great Northern Way Campus (All Ages)
9pm - 2am doors at 9pm
$25 advance/$30 @ door
Presented by: Beats Without Borders, Midforms Festival
... as part of Midforms Festival ...

When: Thursday March 5th, 2009
Where: The Centre for Digital Media
Great Northern Way Campus
577 - Great Northern Way
Vancouver, B.C.

Event begins @ 9p.m.

Beats Without Borders is back with it's first show of 2009!!!

We are teaming up with Midforms Festival to present DJ/Producer Nickodemus
(NYC). []

Nickodemus is a God in the World Fusion genre and his "Turntables on the
Hudson" nights are the stuff of Legends. Check it:

We have been trying to get him here for years, and our persistance has
finally paid off. This will be his first appearance in Vancouver and it is
not to be missed.

Also performing on this night will be the amazing Afro-Fusion Group
Zimbamoto. []

But that is not all....
We also will be joined by Dancer Kesseke Yeo

Shamik the Human Beat Box []

VJ Electrabelle

And BWB Residents: T-Spoon, Lady Ra, and Nils

Ticket prices for this one are a little bit more than most of our events,
but will be worth every penny.

** Take Note **
This event is part of the Midforms Festival which is taking place at the
Great Northern Way Campus.

Your ticket will also gain you access to 11,000 sq. Ft. of
Transdisciplinary New Media Art Installations and interactive exhibits
including the Canadian splinter of the Graffiti Research Lab.

Advance Tickets are $25 + S/C & $30 at the door.
They can be purchased at:
Highlife, Zulu, Beat Street, and

We are very excited for this show, and others we already have planned for
later in the year.

Beats Without Borders is going strong in 2009!


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ZimbaMoto (AFRICAN)

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