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Daniel Caesar, Lennon Stella, Tory Lanez among performers for 2020 Juno Awards

Hosted by Alessia Cara, the 49th annual awards show will take place in Saskatoon on March 15.

Hosted by Alessia Cara, the 49th annual awards show will take place in Saskatoon on March 15

Daniel Caesar will perform at this year's Juno Awards in Saskatoon. (Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Spotify)

The 2020 Junos have been cancelled since this article was first published.

The 2020 Juno Awards season is in full swing, with the nominations, host and Canadian Music Hall of Fame nominee having just been announced — and now we know the first wave of artists who'll be performing during this year's broadcast.

R&B singer Daniel Caesar, pop artist Lennon Stella, rock band the Glorious Sons and rapper Tory Lanez are set to perform at the 49th annual Juno Awards, taking place in Saskatoon on March 15. Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee Jann Arden and host Alessia Cara will also perform.

Cara is nominated for six Junos this year, including album of the year and artist of the year, while Daniel Caesar is up for R&B soul recording of the year. Lennon Stella is nominated for breakthrough artist of the year, and Tory Lanez is up for four Junos, with two nominations in the R&B soul recording of the year — one for his song "Feel it Too" with Jessie Reyez, and the second for album Chixtape 5. The Glorious Sons are vying for rock album of the year.

Jessie Reyez & Daniel Caesar | Figures | Juno Awards 2018

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Jessie Reyez and Daniel Caesar perform "Figures" at the 2018 Juno Awards. 5:14

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