Watch the 2018 Juno Gala Dinner and Awards

Missed the live webcast? Watch the full awards presentation right here.

Missed the live webcast? Watch the full awards presentation right here

The exclusive industry ceremony, hosted by CBC q's Tom Power will honour artists and industry leaders with 36 JUNO Awards. This year’s special achievement awards will also be presented at the event, including the 2018 International Achievement Award (Arcade Fire), Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award (Denise Donlon), MusiCounts Inspired Minds Ambassador Award presented by the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation (Jim Cuddy), and the Humanitarian Award (Gary Slaight). The night will feature electrifying live performances by 2018 JUNO nominees Clairmont The Second (Rap Recording of the Year), Iskwé (Indigenous Music Album of the Year sponsored by APTN), James Barker Band (Breakthrough Group of the Year Sponsored by FACTOR, the Government of Canada, and Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters and Country Album of the Year), Terra Lightfoot (Adult Alternative Album of the Year) and one of the 2018 Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class winners, Caveboy. 3:49:10

The 47th Juno Gala Dinner and Awards took place Saturday, March 24, at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

The ceremony, hosted by Tom Power of CBC Radio One's q, saw 36 of the 42 Juno Awards handed out, including four special achievement awards.

There were also performances by five of this year's nominees: Terra Lightfoot, James Barker Band, Iskwé, Clairmont the Second and 2018 Allan Slaight Juno Master Class winners Caveboy.

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


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