, you can join in on the confederation birthday party.
CBC-TV, CBC News Network, CBCMusic.ca, CBC Radio One, CBC Radio 2, Espace Musique, Radio-Canada Premiere Chaine -- so, basically everyone affiliated with our national broadcaster -- will have Canada Day coverage on July 1.
But if you're looking for musical spectacle to rival your hometown fireworks, there are a few events to bookmark.
Live, musical entertainment -- all saluting the True North strong and free -- will be livestreamed throughout July 1 from Ottawa
, and the Canada Day International
event in London, England's Trafalgar Square
The place to find those shows is at CBC.ca/canadacelebrates.
But who's on the bill?
And which Canadian regions will they be repping in Ottawa -- or London
, or the Canada Day International party in New York
's Central Park?We've made a Musical Map of Canada Day to break it down for you:Can't wait to tune in for all the shows? Here's when to visit CBC.ca/canadacelebrates.
entertainment launches at 11:30 a.m. ET
with a pop concert from Parliament Hill; watch for Carly Rae Jepsen, Metric
and a special performance from intergalactic folk-rock star Chris Hadfield. (At noon, CBC Radio One
will be at another, more mellow, Ottawa show: the Canada Day Songwriters' Circle
.) A second pop extravaganza starts at 9 p.m. ET
. But before you're ready for a second helping of Carly Rae and pals, London's hoser-rock salute, including performances from The Tragically Hip and The Sheepdogs, goes live on the site at 1:30 p.m. ET
with host George Stroumboulopoulos
For even more Canada Day broadcast fun, visit CBC.ca/Canadacelebrates
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