Jun 17, 2020
By Christine Ross
Juno organizers pulled the plug on festivities set for Saskatoon this past March, and have announced Canada’s biggest night in music is headed online June 29th.
The virtual presentation will include some entertainment, but on a much smaller scale with a few nominees performing including classical composer Alexandra Streliski, who’s up for three Junos. Trophies will be handed out virtually in all 42 categories.
Other performers include Indigenous singer Iskwe, alt-pop duo Neon Dreams, and bluegrass band the Dead South.
And among the presenters are Toronto Raptors’ Chris Boucher, actor Finn Wolfhard, and two-time Juno winner Jessie Reyez.