Magic!, Francesco Yates, Gord Bamford and Marc Dupré will headline this year's Canada Day celebration on Parliament Hill.
Heritage Minister Shelly Glover revealed the lineup for Canada's 148th birthday celebration on Monday morning.
The Noon ET show, which airs live on CBC Television and CBC.ca, will feature a strong pop contingent from Toronto in Magic! and Francesco Yates.
Australian-born but Alberta-raised, country singer Gord Bamford will also grace the stage on Canada Day, as will Quebec's Marc Dupré and Jonas & the Massive Attraction (Montreal, Que.).
Andee (Lévis, Que.), The Jerry Cans (Iqaluit, Nunavut) and The Bishop Grandin Marching Ghosts (Calgary, Alta.) will also perform.
Cassidy Mann (Winnipeg, Man.) will sing the national and royal anthems.
Each artist will also play during the night show beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET except The Jerry Cans and The Bishop Grandin Marching Ghosts, Glover announced.
The minister also said one other artist will perform on Canada Day, but the name will be announced at a later date.