The Juno Awards will celebrate their 2018 edition in Vancouver with an awards ceremony set to take place on March 25. Outside the big ceremony, however, residents Vancouver will also be treated to a great deal musical performances.
JUNOfest will take place on March 23 and March 24 at venues around the city, and will include a wide array diverse acts from all over the country.
Performers include Ammoye, ARC Ensemble, Autogramm, Autorickshaw, Band Rascals, Barney Bentall, Beach Season, Blue Hawaii, Brad Cheeseman, BRDGS, Buckman Coe, Cadence Weapon, Carmanah, Carsen Gray, Caveboy, Chet Doxas, Christine Jensen, Clairmont the Second, Common Deer, CRi, Dear Father, Derrival, Diana Boss, Dj Kookum, DJ Shub, Dumb, Ensign Broderick, Ernesto Cervini, Evy Jane, Fake Shark, Flasher, Ford Pier, Gang Signs, Goodwood Atoms, Harrow Fair, Hawking, I M U R, Ingrid Jensen, Isabel Bayrakdarian, Iskwé, Ivory Hours, Jan Lisiecki, Jesse Roper, Jim Cuddy, Jo Passed, Jon Neufeld, Kellylee Evans, Khari Wendell McClelland, Kimmortal, Kinnie Starr, Kytami, Land Talk, Leah Barley, Leif Vollebekk, Lou Phelps, Louise Burns, Maestro Fresh Wes, Matt Blais, Mike Downes, Neihiyawak, NQ Arbuckle, Nuela Charles, Old.Soul.Rebel, Ought, Peach Kelli Pop, Phil Dwyer, Philippe Sly, Phono Pony, Pretty Filthy, Reid Jamieson, Ria Mae, Rollin Trainwreck, Rosemary & the Sweet Sound Revival, Sam Polley, Sex With Strangers, Steve Strongman, Still Creek Crows, Tara Davidson, Terence Jack, Terra Lightfoot, the Battle Santiago, the Color, the Courtneys, the Franklin Electric, the Jerry Cans, the Middle Coast, the Treble, the Weather Station, the Wild!, Titus Calderbank, Toque, Warren Dean Flandez, Weaves, Whitehorse, William Carn, Woolworm and Youngblood.
For more information on JUNOfest, go here. You can also see the full list Juno nominees over here.