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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...

The NOMADIC TEMPEST is a theatrical, visual arts performance that tells the story of four climate refugees of a fictional planet that has been taken over by an alien monster, Lord SwallowWart. This alien is overlording the planet, smoking & swallowing all above and all below. The climate refugees are aerial artists dressed as Monarch Butterflies that dance, and fly through the sky above the decks of the Amara Zee, the Caravan’s 100ft theatre ship. The ship will dock alongside the steel wall just south of the middle of the Kus-kus-sum property. The audience for the show will be seated in a fenced off enclosure in front of the ship on the Kus-kus-sum site. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own chair for the evening - the ones onsite will be available for a small donation. 

The Caravan show in addition to being a must see spectacle, focuses on climate change and highlights the need for projects like Kus-kus-sum. Information about the Kus-kus-sum project will be available onsite. A video detailing the project will be shown before the performance.