Juno Awards Tickets

The Juno Awards are awards of achievement presented to Canadian musical artists and bands, similar to the United States' Grammy Awards.

The Juno Awards will celebrate their 40th anniversary in 2011, and will return to the city where it all began, Toronto. Organizers are calling Canadians around the country to join them in Toronto for the event in its historic year.



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Julie More than 1 year ago
I saw the Juno's last year when Russell Peters hosted and he was hilarious! Definitely the best Juno Awards yet! If you get the chance to go in Vancouver - I highly recommend it! <object width='480' height='385'><param name='movie' value='http://www.youtube.com/v/p_98OSU-4J0&hl=en_GB&fs=1&'></param><param name='allowFullScreen' value='true'></param><param name='allowscriptaccess' value='always'></param><embed src='http://www.youtube.com/v/p_98OSU-4J0&hl=en_GB&fs=1&' type='application/x-shockwave-flash' allowscriptaccess='always' allowfullscreen='true' width='480' height='385'></embed></object>

Juno Awards Tickets

The Juno Awards are organized by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. They began in 1964 and were presented by RPM Magazine as the 'Gold Leaf Awards', with the winners chosen by a poll of the magazine's readers. In 1971, these were renamed the Juno Awards, a name derived from the god Juno of Roman mythology and from Pierre Juneau, the first head of the Canadian Radio-Television Commission.

In 1996 , to mark the 25th anniversary of the Juno Awards, Oh What A Feeling: A Vital Collection Of Canadian Music, a 4-CD box set was released featuring popular songs by Canadian artists since the 1960's. In 2001, another 4-CD box set was released celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Juno Awards.


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