Health and Safety Measures for JUNOS Week 2022
As we celebrate the return to a live and in-person JUNOS Week, our highest priority is the safety of every artist, fan, and staff member working to execute our premiere events.
All health and safety measures will comply with the latest orders from the Government of Ontario, and we thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Proof of vaccination
Beginning March 1, 2022, in-person events in Ontario, including JUNOS Week events at Budweiser Stage, Massey Hall /The Allied Music Centre, The Metro Toronto Convention Center, CF Fairview Mall, CF Eaton Centre, Isabel Bader Theatre at the University Of Toronto, and the Artscape Daniels Launchpad will be permitted up to 100% capacity.
There will be no general requirement for attendees to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination at any of the venues listed above.
Proof of vaccination may be required at certain locations where JUNOFest performances occur. Please check each venue’s website for more information before the event.
We ask all JUNO Week attendees to complete a self-assessment before arriving at any JUNO Week events. If you feel sick, please stay home.
Mask-friendly events, social distancing recommended
All 2022 JUNO Week events are mask-friendly. While face coverings are no longer required in accordance with the latest public health regulations, they are very strongly encouraged. We also recommend social distancing where possible.
NOTE: Our honoring ceremony is taking place at Isabel Bader Theatre at The University of Toronto. U of T has announced that they will continue to require masks in indoor settings until June 30, 2022.