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The 2018 JunoFest lineup has been announced

Performers include the Jerry Cans, Ria Mae, Clairmont the Second and more.

Performers include the Jerry Cans, Ria Mae, Clairmont the Second and more

Over 95 artists have been announced as part of the 2018 JUNOfest music celebration. (artists websites)

The 2018 JunoFest lineup, which will include more than 95 Canadian artists, was announced today by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS).

The annual music celebration, presented by CBC Music, will take place at over 15 venues across Vancouver on Friday, March 23, and Saturday, March 24.

Artists confirmed to perform include nominees and other Canadian acts, such as Ria Mae, Clairmont the Second, the Jerry Cans, Weaves, Maestro, Whitehorse, Leif Vollebekk, Cadence Weapon and many others.

Wristbands offering priority access to all JunoFest venues (subject to capacity) during the two-night festival are available for $30 at Ticketfly starting today. Individual tickets will also be sold in advance, as well as at the door of each venue.

For a full list of artists and set times, visit junofest.ca.

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Wherever you are in the world, you can watch the 2018 Juno Awards broadcast live from the Rogers Arena in Vancouver on March 25 at cbcmusic.ca/junos.

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