Miss CW 2014: DJ TiDY 

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DJ TiDY, formerly a farm boy from Idaho, is now a metropolitan DJ fashionister. Doubling as a professional dancer, DJ TiDY not only puts on a show as he spins, but writes and plays music that would even make the Pope get up and boogie. He is the complete package. A true performer.

He has had the honor to be the resident DJ for local venues like JAM SLC and PURE and be a guest DJ for events like The Miss City Weekly Pageant  He’s also had the opportunity to spin beats at some of the biggest venues in the USA, including a banging set at the infamous Krave Las Vegas.

When he’s not daydreaming about synth or horror plot-lines, you can find him working crowds at parties and clubs around Salt Lake City. For the past 5 years, he has produced the Utah Pride theme song/sponsor jingle. He is this year’s official Utah Pride dance party DJ and will play a closing set after a performance by headliner Betty Who.

With crunchy indie pop carried by big, dirty house and soaring vocals, this performer's name may be TiDY but he leaves the dance floor anything but clean.

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