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Junofest Lineup Is Announced

The two-day event in London, ON, March 15 and 16, features over 100 artists in a wide range of genres, including some Juno Award winners. Pictured: Prog rock veterans Voivod.

Junofest Lineup Is Announced

By FYI Staff

Junofest, presented by CBC Music, showcases artists, of all genres, from across the country, and this year it features over 100 artists in more than 15 venues performing for fans, media and the music industry in London, ON, on March 15 and 16.


The just-announced lineup includes such notable artists as Amanda Rheaume, 63 Monroe, Birds of Bellwoods, Elsapie, Dizzy, Exco Levi, Deep Dark Woods, Harrow Fair, Haviah Mighty, Jim Cuddy, Julian Taylor Band, Jully Black, Just John x Dom Dias, Kaia Kater, KENMode, Megan Bonnell, Moscow Apartment, Neon Dreams, Port Cities, SATE, Skye Wallace, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Sue Foley, T. Thomason, Taylor Knox, The Trews, Tokyo Police Club, Tyler Shaw, Voivod, Washboard Union, and Whitehorse.

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This year’s festival will include Junofest Jazz at McManus Theatre (Grand Theatre), hosted by CBC Music’s Laila Biali on March 15, and Junofest Classical at the Aeolian Hall Performing Arts Centre, hosted by CBC Music’s Julie Nesrallah on March 16.

See the full Junofest schedule here.

Junofest wristbands offer priority access to all venues over two nights (subject to capacity). Wristbands are $30 each (plus tax and service fees) and are on sale now

Junofest 2019 is produced by Brandon Eedy of the London Music Hall.

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