After an 18-year absence, Junos, a celebration of Canadian music, is coming to Halifax

The most prestigious awards in the Canadian music industry will be presented Sunday evening in Nova Scotia's capital. Halifax will host the Juno Awards for the first time in 18 years.

Before the gala, more than a hundred performances take place at different venues in Halifax. Days of celebration are on the agenda Juno Black Party. blind Zoonofest Bars and offers more than a hundred artists pubs from the city.

Acadian Lisa LeBlanc, for example, plays Saturday evenings at Pacifico Bar.

Lisa LeBlanc in February 2023 in Rogersville, New Brunswick.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Marie-Andre LeBland

group Hip hop New Brunswickers City nativesSinger-songwriter David Miles and Nova Scotian rapper classified The festival started on Thursday evening Welcome to SeawayNote for later success.

silver, talk – pseudonym of Ottawa singer-songwriter Nicholas Durocher – and Haligonian singer Maggie Andrew took the stage.

Two people are sitting on a mic chair and talking.

Ottawa-based musician Talk (right), interviewed Saturday in Halifax.

Photo: Radio-Canada / Anne-Marie Parenteau

The third and final evening, Saturday, is themed Country : Ontario Group The James Parker Band And Tyler Joe MillerFrom British Columbia, there are many in between.

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