The 2023 JUNO Awards
After nearly two decades, The JUNO Awards make their triumphant return to Alberta’s capital for the 52nd annual celebration of Canada’s top musicians, singers, songwriters, producers, and more on Monday, March 13!
Hosted for the second year in a row by global superstar Simu Liu, watch as the biggest names in music come together at Rogers Place for the presentation of coveted JUNO awards, dazzling performances, and special appearances from Canada’s most notable personalities.
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2023 JUNO Nominees
Nominations and New Performers Revealed for The 2023 JUNO Awards! The Weeknd leads with six nominations, Avril Lavigne and Tate McRae follow with five.Visit Site
2023 JUNO Awards Broadcast Performers
Globally renowned rock act and this year's Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee Nickelback will wow audiences with a once-in-a-lifetime performance reflecting on their 20+ year career in music! Plus, don’t miss incredible live performances from Canada's top artists including Calgary native and four-time JUNO nominee, Tate McRae.
Inaugural JUNO Awards performances will be made by global phenomenon AP Dhillon, as well as multi-platinum songwriter/producer duo Banx & Ranx together with acclaimed singer/songwriter Preston Pablo and dance-pop icon Rêve. JUNO Award winning country star Tenille Townes will also take the stage for the first time ever.
Three more of this year's nominees are also confirmed to take the stage – Award-winning rock band Alexisonfire, multi-instrumentalist, producer, and songwriter Aysanabee, and multi-platinum R&B powerhouse Jessie Reyez.
Other Ways to Fill Your Stay
Looking for other exciting activities to do while you're here in Edmonton for the JUNOS? We have a list as long as Mozart's sheet music to fill your stay with! For more information, scope out our event calendar.