We only rang in 2014 ten days ago but there’s already something to look forward to in 2015. The 44th annual Juno Awards will be held at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton on March 15, 2015 with a full week of concerts leading up to the event. This will be the first time Steeltown will host the Canadian music awards since 2001.
“Bringing the Juno Awards back to Hamilton offers the opportunity to further support and develop the city and province’s vibrant music scene,” said Melanie Berry, president and CEO of the Juno Awards. “We are very excited to return to the venue that was our first arena show and the first time fans had access to a live Juno Awards experience.”
The 2014 Junos will be broadcasted from Winnipeg March 24-30, 2014.
Editors Note: The Junos are Canada’s version of the Grammy’s. Past international urban artists to win have been Drake, Justin Bieber, Kardianal Offishall, Melanie Fiona and more. All of whom are Canadian. Hamilton is a large major city of over half a million people, just about 45min outside of Toronto.