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The 2024 JUNO Awards will be hosted in Halifax between March 20-24. In addition to the The JUNO Awards Broadcast on Sunday, March 24 at the Scotiabank Centre, there will be many other events for the general public to attend in the leadup to and during JUNO Week. Stay tuned for more details.

Wavemakers Tour

The JUNOS are coming to Halifax, March 20-24, 2024 and you could be there! The 2024 Halifax JUNO Host Committee is traveling across the Atlantic Region to discover the next greatest artists to take the East Coast by storm at the 2024 JUNO Awards in Halifax. This “Wavemakers” tour will choose five Ambassadors to win a trip to the JUNOS, perform at JUNOfest, and more!

This fall, the 2024 Halifax JUNO Host Committee will be in Halifax (Oct 21), Charlottetown (Oct 26), Fredericton (Nov 16), Sydney (Nov 22), and St. John’s (Nov 30) where four acts per city will vie to be the Wavemakers Ambassador for their province. Contenders will submit online, have their music juried, and four hopefuls in each city will perform live for a packed house of fans, industry greats, and an illustrious jury panel. Voting for the winner will take place LIVE following the performance so be sure to bring your fans! The top four acts who perform live in each region will receive a $500 honorarium for their performance.

The Grand Prize includes travel and accommodations to JUNO Week (March 20-24), performance on a JUNOfest stage, $1,000, and invitations to select JUNO Week events. Applications closed on September 14, 2023.

Click here for the Rules & Regulations and here for the Terms & Conditions.


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The JUNO Awards Come to Halifax in 2024

Hosting the 2024 JUNO Awards in Halifax is an incredible opportunity to profile Nova Scotia’s deep roots and ignite the growth and expansion of music in our province – across genres, communities, and sectors. Our Host Committee goals and objectives will ensure we address inclusivity, youth involvement, Indigenous (Mi’kmaq) culture, and the development and growth of our industry.