CMW Rescheduled: Same Venue, Events Set In September

Due to the pandemic, Canadian Music Week has rescheduled events. The new CMW schedule runs September 8–13.

CMW Rescheduled: Same Venue, Events Set In September

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The following is a statement issued by CMW organizers this Monday morning.

Due to the continuing and increasing spread of the novel COVID-19 virus we believe it is our social responsibility to postpone the upcoming Canadian Music Week 2020 Conference and Expo.  The Ontario Provincial Chief Medical Officer called for “ immediate suspension of all large events and public gatherings of over 250 people”

Accordingly, we will be announcing our new dates officially in a press release this Monday, but as a valued partner and participant, we wanted to give you a heads up, as this all came together over the weekend. 


In light of the recently growing number of event cancellations, Public Health Canada statements, and various provincial gathering bans, we concluded this was the right decision.

The health and safety of our speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, visitors, and staff is our number one priority.

We have managed to find an alternative date at a later time period at the same venue (Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel).

We feel this is a great solution and we thank you for your continued support and understanding.

Our logistics and Festival team will be in touch this week to revise schedules.

The new dates for Canadian Music Week will be September 8–13.

Same venue (Sheraton) and same schedule:

Tuesday, Sept 8th - Load-in and travel day

Wednesday, Sept 9th - Day 1: Music Conference

Radio Conference + Radio and Audio Awards Luncheon

Thursday, Sept 10th

Day 2 - Music Conference

Radio Conference and Music and Broadcast Awards Gala

Friday, Sept 11th

Day 3 - Music Conference

Music Festival:  September 8th - 13th 

Mason Poole*


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