JUNOfest Presented by CBC Music - The JUNO Awards

Please Note: The 49th Annual JUNO Awards and all JUNO Week activities in Saskatoon have been cancelled due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. 

Please read our official statement here.

50+ bands, 10+ venues, 2 nights, 1 pass.

For two jam-packed nights, JUNOfest Presented by CBC Music, will showcase artists, of all genres, from across the country. Featuring over 50 artists in more than 10 venues performing for fans, media, and the music industry, JUNOfest will light up Saskatoon, SK on March 13 & 14, 2020.

This year’s festival will include the JUNOfest Jazz Showcase presented by CBC Music on Friday, March 13 and the Classical showcase presented by CBC Music on Saturday, March 14.

 

Performers:

  • AIZA
  • Al Muirhead
  • Allyson McHardy
  • Angela Schwarzkopf
  • Belle Plaine
  • Dave Young
  • Dawn Tyler Watson
  • Del Barber
  • Denise Valle
  • Dominique Fils-Aimé
  • Durham County Poets
  • Eliza Mary Doyle
  • Elizabeth Shepherd
  • Ferraro
  • Fintan
  • Jane Bunnett
  • Joel Miller
  • Justin Rutledge
  • Kasador
  • Lawrence Wiliford
  • Lee Harvey Osmond
  • Marie-Ève Scarfone
  • Marina Thibeault
  • Marissa Burwell
  • Mark Kelso
  • Megan Nash
  • Noble Oak
  • Nuela Charles
  • One Bad Son
  • Pistolwhips
  • respectfulchild
  • Riit
  • Sam Lynch
  • Samurai Champs
  • Shopé
  • Starfish Entertainment/Six Shooter’s Outlaws & Gunslingers (Celeigh Cardinal, Del Barber, Devin Cuddy, Digawolf, Harrow Fair, Jason Plumb, Jim Cuddy, Justin Rutledge, Meghan Patrick, NQ Arbuckle, Nuela Charles, Riit, Sam Polley, Tanika Charles, The Small Glories, Tom Wilson Whitehorse)
  • STORRY
  • Skinnamarink with Sharon and Randi featuring Josh Lovelace
  • Smokekiller
  • Striker
  • Ted Quinlan
  • The Blue Stones
  • The Garrys
  • The Small Glories
  • Too Soon Monsoon
  • Untimely Demise
  • Véronique Mathieu
  • Virginie Gagné
  • W3APONS

JUNOfest venues include:

  • 9 Mile Legacy Brewing – 229 20th St. West
  • Amigos Cantina – 806 Dufferin Ave.
  • Black Cat Tavern – 801 Broadway Ave.
  • Broadway Theatre – 715 Broadway Ave.
  • Buds on Broadway – 817 Broadway Ave.
  • Convocation Hall – 107 Administration Pl.
  • Drift Sidewalk Cafe – 339 Ave. A South
  • Louis’ – 93 Campus Dr.
  • The Bassment – 202 4th Ave. North
  • The Capitol – 244 1st Ave. N
  • On The Boards at the Refinery – 609 Dufferin Ave.
  • The Underground Cafe – 430 20th St. West

Producer: Broadway Theatre, led by Kirby Wirchenko, Executive and Artistic Director

Special thanks to our Media Partners: 92.9 The BULL, 93.3 The ROCK, 96.3 Cruz FM, 98COOL, 105 CJVR, 900 CKBI, 1050 CJNB, C95, CBC Saskatoon, CFCR 90.5 FM, CJWW, Country 100, Pattison Outdoor Advertising, ROCK 102, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, XFM, Z99

Photo Credit: Ryan Bolton