Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Hey Toronto. Yo Toronto. Yowronto: That’s How you Name Toronto’s Newest and Best Festival

FreshKut Productions Inc. presents Yowronto, an International musical extravaganza, in time for Canada’s 150th year anniversary.

Foo Fighters, Shawn Mendes to head Bluesfest 2018

Bluesfest 2018 will feature headliners Foo Fighters and Shawn Mendes, as well as local acts like The Town Cryers and The Bank Street Bonbons, organizers...

The only jazz festival east of Montréal can continue its international development

Government of Canada awards more than $48,000 in financial assistance to the Festi Jazz international de Rimouski

Man charged with social media threats about a Saskatchewan country music festival

A man has been charged after threats were made on social media about a Saskatchewan country music event scheduled for next summer.

The Weeknd, Janet Jackson, Cardi B And More To Headline 2018 Global Citizen Festival

The full lineup for the 2018 Global Citizen Festival has been announced and the star power is something to behold.

WayHome to Fyre and Pemberton refugees: ‘We got you’

Organizers of southern Ontario's largest musical camp-out offer free passes to anyone left hanging by cancelled festivals.

The 2018 JUNO Gala Dinner & Awards in Vancouver honours past, present and future

Gord Downie received multiple posthumous honours and standing ovation - First time nominees took home more than half the evening's 36 awards - Special awards given to industry veterans Denise Donlon (Walt Grealis Special Achievement Award) and Gary Slaight (Humanitarian Award); rockstars Arcade Fire received International Achievement Award

‘Continue to persist’: Musicians get political at early Junos ceremony

Michael Bublé, A Tribe Called Red and Diana Krall were among early Juno winners at a private industry ceremony Saturday evening in Vancouver that included talk of gender parity, gun control and Indigenous issues.

Rudy Blair at the CCMA Awards

Hey everybody. For the next few days I'll be in London Ontario covering everything leading up to the Canadian Country Music Association Awards. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=741175069357055&set=a.112666462207922.14437.100003937064380&type=3&theater

Flaming Lips, Blue Rodeo to headline Riverfest Elora 2018

Riverfest Elora 2018 has announced the lineup for the three-day festival in August and it will feature The Flaming Lips, Blue Rodeo and Carly Rae Jepsen. This year’s festival begins Aug. 17 at Bissell Park in Elora and also includes July Talk, Dear Rouge, Bedouin Soundclash, Born Ruffians and Wolf Parade.


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