The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences today announced additional information for Juno Week events that occur in Saskatoon next month.
Juno kick-off concert(Thursday)The Sheepdogs will heading this year’s Junos kick-off show at the Coors Occasion Centre at 8 p.m. CST on March 12 in Saskatoon.The following performers were revealed today: Tickets are available here. Juno Cup(Friday)Former NHL players and Canadian music stars will compete March 13 for
the 17th yearly Juno Cup, which raises money for MusiCounts, a music education charity associated with the Junos. Today, CARAS revealed the following gamers: Artists Professional athletes The game at Merlis Belsher Place starts at 7:30 p.m. on March 13. Tickets are readily available here
. Juno Comedy Program(
Friday)The Juno Funny Show includes a few of this year’s Juno Comedy Album of the Year candidates. Those revealed today consist of:
The occasion at the Capitol Music
Club begins at 9 p.m. on March 13. Tickets are available here. Junofest Jazz Display(Friday) This event showcases the finest in this year’s Juno-nominated jazz artists. The Junofest Jazz Display happens at The Bassment at 9 p.m. on March 13
. Host: Performers: Junofest(Friday/Saturday)This year’s Junofest, presented by CBC Music, happens on March 13 and 14 in Saskatoon. The event has a roster of more than 50 musical acts and 10 places.
Entertainers announced so far include: More performers will be announced
at a later date. Passes are$
30 each and on sale at ticketweb.ca. Passes might be offered at the door of each venue. Select venues will have all-ages programs. The pass offers priority gain access to for the two-night
occasion. Junofest places include:
CBC Music Classical Showcase(Saturday )The Classical music showcase includes the finest in this year’s Juno-nominated classical artists. The event occurs at the University of Saskatchewan’s Convocation Hall at 1:30
p.m. on March 14. Juno Stories from the Studio(Saturday) Juno Stories from the Studio is a
panel discussion with Juno Award chose engineers,
manufacturers and unique visitors. Panellists include: The occasion happens on March 14 at Frances Morrison Central Library from 12:30 -1:30 p.m.
Juno Songwriters’ Circle (Sunday)
Three-time Juno Award winner Lights and CBC q’s Tom Power will host this year’s Juno Songwriters’ Circle event taking place on March
15 at Saskatoon’s Sid Buckwold Theatre
at TCU Location. The performance will kick off at 12 p.m. The annual occasion is a Juno Week emphasize: an afternoon
show where some of Canada’s finest
songwriters share their tunes and stories in support of MusiCounts. Performing at this year’s Songwriters’ Circle will be a variety of Juno-nominated acts: Juno Awards (Sunday)Performers during this year’s 2020 Juno Awards on March 15 consist of R&B vocalist Daniel Caesar, pop artist Lennon Stella, rock band the Wonderful Sons and rapper Tory Lanez. Canadian Music Hall of Fame conscript Jann Arden and host Alessia Cara will likewise perform.
The program will be transmitted live at 6 p.m. from SaskTel Centre on CBC. Tickets are readily available
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