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JUNO Songwriters’ Circle Co-Presented by SOCAN & Yamaha Canada Music in association with the Canadian Music Publishers Association

April 2, 2017 12pm to 2pm National Arts Centre, Southam Hall National Arts Centre, Elgin Street, Ottawa, ON, Canada View Google Map
NEW LOCATION. MORE TICKETS AVAILABLE!
This event will now take place in Southam Hall at the National Arts Centre. A new block of tickets go on-sale this Friday, March 24, at 10am.

Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee and 12-time JUNO Award-winner Bruce Cockburn will host and perform at the 2017 JUNO Songwriters’ Circle, to be held in the NAC Theatre at the National Arts Centre on Sunday, April 2, 2017 from 12pm to 2pm EST.

JUNO Songwriters’ Circle is an intimate and interactive concert benefiting MusiCounts, Canada’s music education charity associated with CARAS that works to keep music alive in schools and communities across Canada. Co-presented by SOCAN (The Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers) and Yamaha Canada Music, in association with the Canadian Music Publishers Association, this event is considered the “jewel of JUNO Week,” and will feature some of Canada’s most talented songwriters, performing their songs and sharing the stories behind them.

The 2017 JUNO Award nominees joining Cockburn on stage include 2017 JUNO Award nominees Chantal Kreviazuk (Adult Contemporary Album of the Year), Colin Linden (Blues Album of the Year), Daniel Caesar (R&B/Soul Recording of the Year), Donovan Woods (Songwriter of the Year), Lisa LeBlanc (Contemporary Roots Album of the Year) and Wintersleep’s Paul Murphy (Adult Alternative Album of the Year).

Listen to JUNO Songwriters’ Circle

Canada Live will broadcast Set 1 on CBC Radio 1 on Friday, April 7 (14:00 local times across the country) and CBC Radio 2 on Monday, April 10 (19:00 local times across the country).

And Canada Live will broadcast Set 2 on CBC Radio 1 Friday, April 14 (14:00 local times across the country) and CBC Radio 2 on Monday, April 17 (19:00 local times across the country).

Ticket Information

Tickets are available for $39.50, $49.50 and $59.50 (plus taxes and service fees), through www.ticketmaster.ca, the National Arts Centre Box Office or by phone at 1-888-991-2787. Proceeds supporting MusiCounts. **Note: Those who have purchased tickets in the Theatre will be re-issued equivalent tickets in Southam Hall.**


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