Announcing q live at the Junos, featuring Bahamas, Emma Donoghue and more: tickets here

It will also feature musical performances by Donovan Woods and Kaia Kater, and comedy by Chanty Marostica.

It will also feature musical performances by Donovan Woods and Kaia Kater, and comedy by Chanty Marostica

Bahamas, author Emma Donoghue, singer-songwriters Donovan Woods and Kaia Kater, and comedian Chanty Marostica are part of the q live lineup taking place in London, Ont. (All photos courtesy the artist)

This year, q will be heading to London, Ontario to present a special live at the Junos taping, and you can be part of the audience! It will be a night of live music, interviews and comedy, and tickets are on sale now. 

  • ​Purchase tickets here 

The full details are below. Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more guest announcements. 

When: Thursday March 14, 2019
Doors at 6:00 pm
Show at 7:00 pm sharp
Where: The London Music Hall (185 Queens Ave, London)


A feature interview with Emma Donoghue - The author and Oscar-nominated screenwriter of  Room, and a resident of London, will sit down with Tom Power for a chat about her career. 

​Bahamas full band performance - Bahamas has four 2019 JUNO nominations, including songwriter of the year, adult alternative album of the year, recording engineer of the year and video of the year.

Donovan Woods solo performance - Woods is up for both the JUNO songwriter of the year and contemporary roots album of the year awards in 2019.

Kaia Kater in performance - Kater is nominated at the JUNOs this year for contemporary roots album of the year.

Chanty Marostica - Marostica is nominated for comedy album of the year at the JUNO awards and won last year's Sirius XM's Top Comic prize.

The show will also air across Canada on CBC Radio One at 10am on Friday March 15 and be live streamed online at

​More guests to be announced in the coming weeks. 

  • ​Purchase tickets here 


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