2013 JUNO Week Events Guide (As of March 19)

Film, Fashion and Forums with the JUNOS
Date: March 12-April 29, 2013
Time: Open during regular library hours.
Location: Regina Public Library and Dunlop Art Gallery, 2311-12th Ave, Regina, SK

What: In partnership with the Regina Public Library and Dunlop Art Gallery, CARAS will present JUNO-themed programming in March and April. JUNO-nominated films will be shown at the library every Wednesday in April, starting at 7pm with free admission [Neil Young: Heart of Gold (April 3), This Movie is Broken (April 10), RUSH: Beyond the Lighted Stage (April 17), Leonard Cohen: I’m Your Man (April 24)]. JUNO-themed displays will be presented in the lobby featuring JUNO memorabilia from the National Music Centre and shoes from the JUNO Sole exhibit that ran for a year at the Bata Shoe Museum in 2011. The library will host a day of fun on the Saturday, April 20th – from 10 a.m. until noon with live performances by JUNO-nominated artists from the Children’s Album of the Year category including: Emilie Mover, Helen Austin, Jennifer Gasoi and Marlowe & the MixX!!

Purchase Details: free

The Power of Music: Sustainability & the JUNOS
Date: March 26-July 31, 2013
Time: Open during regular museum hours.
Location: Royal Saskatchewan Museum, 2445 Albert Street Regina, SK

What: The Power of Music: Sustainability & the JUNOS will highlight connections between musical artists and sustainability. The exhibit will feature four interactive listening and learning stations, each dedicated to a different sustainability theme and featuring one Canadian artist (Bruce Cockburn, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Neil Young, and Sarah Harmer) and his or her cause. Each station will consist of text, images and an iPad that visitors can use to learn more about the artist and their efforts. They will also be able to listen to a song by the artist and six other songs that touch on the same theme.

Each station will also include additional causes supported by over 20 JUNO Award-nominated artists that relate to the station’s sustainability theme. Visitors will have the ability to suggest other songs that they feel carry a similar message.

As a lasting legacy, the exhibit will become the RSM’s fourth travelling exhibit later this spring. People around the province of Saskatchewan will be able to continue the musical interaction.

Purchase Details: free

JUNO Concert Series: Roots, Blues and World Edition
Presented by Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC)
Date: March 27, 2013
Time: 7:00pm
Location: Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas West, Toronto, ON

What: The Lula Lounge plays host to the latest instalment of JUNO Concert Series with a Roots, Blues and World Music edition. Presented by the Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC) and Produced by Derek Andrews and Richard Flohil, the JUNO Concert Series is a celebration of Canadian music whereby artists come together in collaboration to perform songs from the Canadian songbook.

The Roots, Blues and World Music lineup shines a spotlight on Canada’s wide-ranging musical talent, including: JUNO Award winners Good Lovelies; violinist Jaron Freeman-Fox; world music group and 2013 JUNO Award nominees Jaffa Road; the Lemon Bucket Orkestra, a self-described “Balkan-Klezmer-Gypsy-Punk-Super-Party-Band”; folksinger Brenna MacCrimmon; singer-songwriter and storyteller Jory Nash; the haunting roots duo Scarlett Jane; blues and jazz vocalist and 2013 JUNO nominee Shakura S’Aida; and 2013 JUNO nominee blues guitarist Steve Strongman.

All proceeds benefit MusiCounts, Canada’s music education charity associated with CARAS.

Purchase Details: Tickets are $20 in advance and available at http://www.lula.ca/events/2013/mar/juno.html or $25 at the door

(Tickets do not guarantee seating. Reserve a table for dinner using Open Table or call 416 588 0307).

The JUNOS at TIFF: Directors, Artists, Visionaries
Sponsored by the Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC)
Date: April 2, 2013
Time: 7 p.m. EST
Location: TIFF Bell Lightbox, 350 King Street West, Toronto, ON

What: TIFF reunites with the JUNOS for a special showcase celebrating Canadian music on film, this event, sponsored by the Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC), profiles the 2013 JUNO Award nominees in the categories of Video of the Year (sponsored by MuchFACT, exclusively funded by Bell Media) and Music DVD of the Year. Hosted by MuchMore’s Matt Wells, The JUNOS at TIFF will shine a light on the creative connections between music and film. The evening will feature clips from the nominated films and videos followed by conversations with their directors.

Participating nominees include: Director X, Video of the Year nominee for Drake’s “HYFR” and renowned video guru for Usher, Kanye West, Jay-Z, Rihanna and many more; Andy Keen, Music DVD of the Year nominee for The Tragically Hip’s documentary “Bobcaygeon”; Ben Knechtel, Music DVD of the Year nominee for Ten Second Epic’s “Better Off”; Margaret Malandruccolo, Video of the Year nominee for Alan Doyle’s “Testify” and Johnny Reid’s “Fire It Up”; Pierre and Francois Lamoureux, Music DVD of the Year nominees for “The Orchestration Project: Pat Metheny”; Sean Wainsteim, Video of the Year nominee for Walk Off The Earth’s “Little Boxes”; and Tim Martin, Music DVD of the Year nominee for Michael Kaeshammer’s concert DVD release, Kaeshammerlive!

A portion of the proceeds from each ticket sold will support MusiCounts, Canada’s music education charity associated with CARAS, which helps keep music alive in schools across the country.

Purchase Details: Ticketed. Adult ($12.00), Senior ($9.50), Student ($9.50).

Greatest Hits: The JUNO Tour of Canadian Art and JUNO Photography Exhibition
Date: April 13-November 24, 2013
Time: Open during regular gallery hours.
Location: MacKenzie Art Gallery, Sim Gallery and Agra Torchinsky Salon, 3475 Albert Street, Regina, SK

What: The MacKenzie Art Gallery is partnering with The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) and the 2013 JUNO Awards to bring the JUNO Tour of Canadian Art to Regina. The exhibition features works by Canadian artists from the Permanent Collection that have been selected by past JUNO Award winner and nominees – as well as current nominees.

The JUNO Tour of Canadian Art has previously been featured at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto and the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. The MacKenzie will be the first gallery in Western Canada to host this exhibit. To date, members of Arkells, Doc Walker, Emerson Drive, Josh Winstead and Joules Scott-Key of Metric, Sarah Slean, Stars, Tegan and Sara, and Whitehorse, have explored the MacKenzie Vault, home to more than 4,000 works of art in the Permanent Collection. After selecting a piece band members record a video capturing their response to the art and choose one of their own songs they feel connect to the work.

Purchase Details: free

Presented by SiriusXM Canada
DATES: Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20
Time: 8:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.
Location: Various venues in Regina and Moose Jaw

What: Canadian music hits the streets with a multi-venue showcase of over 100 local, regional and national acts. Nightly line-ups will feature three or four acts per venue with established and developing artists sharing the stage. 28 JUNO Award Nominees are currently confirmed.

Artists confirmed to date:
Ace Massive
Alex Goodman & Allison Au*
All Mighty Voice
Amy Nelson
Alex Runions
Andy Shauf
Belle Plaine
Blake Berglund
Castle River
Danny Goertz
Def 3
Devin Townsend Project*
Dominique Fricot
Don Amero*
Donny Parenteau*
Down With Webster
Elaine Lil’Bit Shepherd*
Emilie Mover*
Fly Points
Foam Lake
Fur Eel
George Leach
Great Lake Swimmers*
Hey Ocean!*
High Hopes
Indigo Joseph
Jack de Keyzer*
Jack Semple
Jason Plumb and
the Willing
Jeans Boots
JD Era*
Jeff McLeod
JJ Voss
JP Hoe
Julia McDougall
Keiffer McLean
Lauren Mann and
the Fairly Odd Folk
Makeshift Innocence*
Melanie Durrant*
Monster Truck*
Prop Planes
Pugs and Crows*
Rah Rah
Reuben and the Dark
Rosie and the Riveters
Scott Benson Band
Serena Ryder*
Shakura S’aida*
Shirantha Beddage Duo*
Slow Down, Molasses
Souljazz Orchestra*
Steve Hill*
Ten Second Epic*
The Barr Brothers*
The Lonesome Weekends
The Pack AD*
The PistolWhips
The Strumbellas*
The Wooden Sky*
Tim Vaughn
Tricky Moriera*
Two Hours Traffic
Whiskey Songs
Young Benjamins

With many more acts to be announced.
(* denotes a 2013 JUNO Award nominee)

Venues confirmed to date for JUNOfest are:
Artesian on 13th*
Artful Dodger*
Bobby’s Place
Casino Regina
Java Express*
Loud Tent – City Plaza Mae Wilson Theatre
Multipurpose Room (U of R)
Potash Corp -Gonna Get
Rocks Bar & Grill
Slow Pub The Club*
The Exchange*
The Owl (U of R)
Whisky Saloon

*denotes a licensed/all ages venue

Purchase Details: 19+ event (unless otherwise noted). JUNOfest wristbands offer priority access to all JUNOfest venues over two nights (subject to capacity). Wristbands are $30 each, and are on sale now through all Ticketmaster outlets or online at www.ticketmaster.ca. Individual tickets will be available at the door of each venue ($10-20). Tickets also available at:

Coda Clothing, 2326 Albert Street, 306-522-2632 and World of Trout, Southland Mall, 306.522.6054 (in Regina).

JUNOfest Associated Shows:

Advance tickets for the Serena Ryder show (Moose Jaw) are available at the Mae Wilson Theatre Box Office, http://www.moosejawculture.com/ticket_sales.htm or 306.693.4700. Tickets are $27.50. Please note that 50 JUNOfest wristband holders will granted access on a first come first served basis.

Additionally, 50 JUNOfest wristband holders will be granted access to ‘Q at the JUNOS with Jian Ghomeshi’ on Thursday April 18, 7-9pm at Conexus Arts Centre.

Presented by Southland Mall
Date: April 19, 2013
Time: 7:30 p.m. CST
Location: Mosaic Place, 110 1st Avenue NW Moose Jaw, SK

What: An all-star lineup of rockers will face off against a pack of NHL greats for Moose Jaw’s first JUNO Cup. Two of Canada’s favourite pastimes – hockey and music – come together for this celebrity hockey game in support of MusiCounts, Canada’s music education charity associated with CARAS.

NHL Greats:
Mark Napier
Brad Dalgarno
Troy Crowder
Gary Roberts
Mike Sillinger
Jamie Heward
Chris Getzlaf (Saskatchewan Rough Riders)
Mike Pelyk
Ed Staniowski

The Rockers:
Jim Cuddy (Blue Rodeo)
Andrew Usenik (Ten Second Epic)*
Brent Fitz (Slash)
Brian Kobayakawa (Serena Ryder)
Chad Brownlee*
Cory Churko (Shania Twain)
Devin Cuddy
Francois Lamoureux*
Gavin Gardiner (The Wooden Sky)*
Jay Bodner (Eagle & Hawk)
Jason Plumb (Jason Plum & The Willing)
Jon Gallant (Billy Talent)*
Kevin Churko*
Kevin Parent
Michael Hollett
Mic Boyd (Classified)
Mike Taylor (Walk off the Earth)*
Paul Gutheil (Library Voices)
Shawn Hook*
Vince Fontaine (Eagle & Hawk)
John Sutton (Rusty)

*denotes a 2013 JUNO Award nominee

Purchase Details: Individual tickets to JUNO Cup are priced at $15 (plus service charges). The public can purchase tickets online at www.mosaicplace.ca, charge by phone at 306-624-2050 or visit the Mosaic Place Box Office. Proceeds benefit MusiCounts.

JUNO Fan Fare
Presented by hmv Canada
Date: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. CST
Location: The Cornwall Centre, 2102 11 Ave, Regina, SK

What: One of the most popular events of JUNO Week, JUNO Fan Fare Presented by hmv Canada, will take over the The Cornwall Centre on Saturday, April 20. Canadian music fans will have the opportunity to meet their favourite artists, including:
Down With Webster
JD Era*
Kristina Maria*
Marianas Trench*
Serena Ryder*
Shawn Hook*
Ten Second Epic*
The Sheepdogs*
Victoria Duffield*

PLUS — More artists to be announced soon.
(* denotes a 2013 JUNO Award nominee)

Scott Willats, Lauren Toyota and T-RexXx from MUCH will be hosting the event with interviews, autograph sessions, live performances, prize giveaways and much more.

Purchase Details: Free. Tickets are available at www.facebook.com/cornwallcentre

JUNO Songwriters’ Circle
Presented by SOCAN and eOne
Date: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Time: 12:00pm-2:00pm (CST)
Location: Casino Regina Show Lounge

What: JUNO Songwriters’ Circle will feature some of today’s most talented Canadian singer-songwriters sharing music and stories on stage. At centre stage will be seven-time JUNO Award winner Tom Cochrane, who will host the show and will also perform in the unique, intimate setting. Cochrane will be joined by a diverse lineup of 2013 JUNO Award nominees including: indie roots musician Bahamas; hip-hop star Classified alongside folksinger David Myles; iconic singer-songwriter and producer Colin James; country music’s Crystal Shawanda; world music singer-songwriter Danny Michel and folk-rock singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards.

Purchase Details: 19+. Tickets to JUNO Songwriters’ Circle are available now from the Casino Regina Show Lounge box office at 1-800-555-3189 or www.ticketbreak.com, and are priced at $35.00 and $40.00 (before tax and service charge).

CBCMusic.ca, the official media presenter of JUNO Songwriters’ Circle, is pleased to broadcast the event in a two-part special on CBC Radio 2, Monday April 22 and Tuesday April 23 at 7:00 p.m. EST (7:30 p.m. in Newfoundland). CBC Radio One will broadcast highlights from the event on April 26 at 2:00 p.m. EST (2:30 p.m. in Newfoundland).

The JUNO Songwriters’ Circle will also be available on CBCMusic.ca as an on demand stream, at www.cbcmusic.ca/concerts.

The 2013 JUNO Awards Red Carpet
Date: Sunday, April 21
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. CST
Location: Ag-Ex Pavilion, Evraz Place

What: The evening begins with an exciting Red Carpet show prior to the live CTV Broadcast.

Date: Sunday, April 21
Time: Doors at 4:30pm; Seated at 5:45 pm and show starts at 6:00pm (CST)
Location: Brandt Centre, 1700 Elphinstone Street, Regina, SK

What: Hosted by Michael Bublé, THE 2013 JUNO AWARDS airs on CTV from Regina’s Brandt Centre on Sunday, April 21.

Performing: Billy Talent, Carly Rae Jepsen, Hannah Georgas, Marianas Trench, host Michael Bublé, Serena Ryder and The Sheepdogs.

Purchase Details: Tickets are currently on sale for THE 2013 JUNO AWARDS. Tickets range from $59 to $189 (plus taxes and service charges) and are available through the Evraz Place Box Office, by phone at 1-855-985-5000, and online at www.ticketmaster.ca.

Friday Night Live @ ROM: Latitude with Attitude: The JUNOS After Dark
Date: May 3, 2013
Time: Doors open 7 p.m. EST.
Location: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON

What: CARAS is partnering with the ROM on their Friday Night Live @ ROM series, presenting a JUNO-themed night of programming that highlights Canada’s amazing musical talent.

Purchase Details: Ticketed (19+) with valid photo ID. Ticketing details coming soon.