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2020 Juno Awards: tickets go on sale this week

The year's largest celebration of Canadian music will take place on Sunday, March 15, in Saskatoon.

The year's largest celebration of Canadian music will take place on Sunday, March 15, in Saskatoon

The 2020 Juno Awards will take place on Sunday, March 15. (Ryan Bolton)

Tickets for the 2020 Juno Awards will go on sale this Friday, Nov. 22. 

The annual awards ceremony will take place at the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon on Sunday, March 15, and will include performances from some of the country's most exciting musicians. Performers will be announced soon. 

For those who can't make it to Saskatoon, the Junos will be broadcast live across Canada on CBC, CBC Radio One, CBC Music, the free CBC Gem streaming service and globally at cbcmusic.ca/junos at 8 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT on March 15. 

Tickets will be available for purchase starting Friday, Nov. 22 at 10 a.m. CT on ticketmaster.ca and will cost $39.95 plus fees. Tickets can also be accessed by phone at 1-800-970-SEAT (7328) and in person at the SaskTel Centre Box Office (3515 Thatcher Ave., at the main entrance).

One dollar from every ticket sold will be donated to MusiCounts, Canada's music education charity associated with the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) and the Juno Awards, courtesy of SaskTel Centre. 

Juno Week will take over Saskatoon in the days leading up to the 2020 Juno Awards. Events will include the highly anticipated Juno Cup presented by CBC Sports, taking place at the Merlis Belsher Place on March 13, 2020, as well as a number of local concert showcases. Tickets for the Juno Cup — which cost $20 (plus fees) or $15 (plus fees) when you purchase 10 or more tickets — will go on sale Friday, Nov. 22 at 10 a.m. on ticketmaster.ca, by phone and in person (same instructions as above). 

See you in Saskatoon!

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