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Where to watch the 2024 Junos: Live stream for awards, list of winners and more as Nelly Furtado hosts from Halifax

The 53rd Juno Awards are underway in Halifax. Here's what you need to know to follow this year's ceremony.

Charlotte Cardin accepts the Juno Award for Pop Album of the Year at the Junos in Halifax, on Saturday March 23, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young
The 2024 Junos are underway in Halifax, celebrating Canada's best in music. Find out how to watch this year's awards ceremony. (The Canadian Press/Chris Young)

The 2024 Junos are right around the corner, and some of Canada's biggest stars are prepping to celebrate a night of music. From pop artists like Nelly Furtado and Charlotte Cardin, to acts like The Beaches and Tegan and Sara, it's going to be an epic night for Canada.

Below, get all the details you need to watch the event, who's hosting this year's ceremony and which artists snagged nominations for the 53rd Juno Awards.

When are the 2024 Junos and what time do they start?

This year, the Junos are on Sunday, March 24, where the biggest names in Canadian music will head to Halifax's Scotiabank Centre. The awards are set to start at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

This year's ceremony marks the first time the Junos will be hosted in Nova Scotia's capital since 2006, which was attended by artists like Coldplay, the Black Eyed Peas and Michael Bublé.

How can I watch and stream the 2024 Junos?

Canadians can catch this year's Juno Awards broadcasted on the TV channel CBC-TV. It'll also be streamed on CBC Gem and CBC Music, with a radio version on CBC Listen.

Tune into CBC Gem to watch the Juno Awards on Sunday, March 24.

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Globally, viewers can watch the ceremony through CBC Music, at its website or on its YouTube page.

If you're in town, tickets for the ceremony can be purchased here.

Where can I watch the 2024 Junos red carpet?

There will be no official red carpet broadcast for this year's ceremony. However, Yahoo Canada will be reporting from the Junos red carpet, starting from 5:30 p.m. EST/2:30 p.m. PST at the Halifax Convention Centre. Tune in to our red carpet coverage on our Instagram and TikTok accounts on Sunday, March 24.

Who is hosting the 2024 Junos?

Canadian pop icon Nelly Furtado is hosting the 2024 Juno Awards. It'll be the "Promiscuous" singer's second time hosting Canada's biggest night in music, following her stint in 2007 hosting the ceremony in Saskatoon.

"This is my favourite music event," she told CBC News in February during the nominations ceremony in Toronto. "It feels close to home, it feels like home. The first time I was at the Junos, it was my first awards show ever. ... It was so exciting and it still is."

Who's performing at the 2024 Junos?

Alongside hosting, Furtado is set to perform at the 2024 Juno Awards. On top of her performance, several Canadian artists will also take the stage, including Alexandra Stréliski, Allison Russell, Aysanabee, Jeremy Dutcher, Elisapie, the Beaches, Charlotte Cardin and more.

Quebec-based pianist Stréliski will pay tribute to Karl Tremblay, late lead singer and co-founder of Les Cowboys Fringants. That will be part of a joint performance with Russell and Aysanabee, who will pay tribute to the late Gordon Lightfoot and Robbie Robertson.

What awards will be presented at the 2024 Junos?

During the ceremony, one of the biggest awards set to be presented includes Maestro Fresh Wes's induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. The rapper, who blazed trails for stars like Drake and Kardinal Offishall, will be the first hip-hop artist added to that list, joining acts like the Tragically Hip, k.d. lang and Deborah Cox.

This year's Humanitarian Award will be going to indie pop duo Tegan and Sara, who will join the ranks of stars like Buffy Sainte-Marie, Bryan Adams, Arcade Fire and Neil Young. The award is given to an artist or leader whose "humanitarian contributions have positively enhanced the social fabric of Canada and/or whose impact can be felt worldwide," according to the Junos's website.

Who's nominated for a 2024 Juno Award?

Canadian singer Charlotte Cardin performing on stage. (Photo by Steve Jennings/Getty Images)
Charlotte Cardin has the most nominations for the 2024 Juno Awards. (Photo by Steve Jennings/Getty Images)

This year, Montreal-native singer Charlotte Cardin has the most Juno nominations, followed by Scarborough, Ont.-born artist Daniel Caesar and Ottawa-native singer Talk. The following are the official nominations and winners for the 2024 Junos:

TikTok Juno Fan Choice

  • Charlotte Cardin

  • Daniel Caesar

  • DVBBS

  • Josh Ross

  • Karan Aujla

  • Shubh

  • Tate McRae

  • The Weeknd

  • ThxSoMch

  • Walk Off the Earth

Single of the year

  • "Confetti," Charlotte Cardin

  • "Always," Daniel Caesar

  • "Pretty Girl Era," Lu Kala

  • "A Little Bit Happy," Talk

  • "Greedy," Tate McRae

International album of the year

  • Gettin' Old, Luke Combs

  • Heroes & Villains, Metro Boomin

  • One Thing at a Time, Morgan Wallen

  • SOS, SZA

  • 1989 (Taylor's Version), Taylor Swift

Album of the year

  • Néo-Romance, Alexandra Stréliski

  • 99 Nights, Charlotte Cardin

  • Never Enough, Daniel Caesar

  • Mirror, Lauren Spencer Smith

  • Lord of the Flies & Birds & Bees, Talk

Artist of the year

  • Charlotte Cardin

  • Daniel Caesar

  • Lauren Spencer Smith

  • Shania Twain

  • Tate McRae

Group of the year

  • Arkells

  • Loud Luxury

  • Nickelback

  • The Beaches

  • Walk Off the Earth

Breakthrough artist of the year

  • Connor Price

  • Karan Aujla

  • Lu Kala

  • Shubh

  • Talk

Breakthrough group of the year

  • Busty and the Bass

  • Crash Adams

  • Good Kid

  • Men I Trust

  • New West

Songwriter of the year

  • Allison Russell: "Eve Was Black" (co-songwriters Drew Lindsay, JT Nero); "Stay Right Here" (co-songwriters Drew Lindsay, JT Nero); "The Returner" (co-songwriters JT Nero).

  • Aysanabee: "Alone" (co-songwriters Ali Willa Milner, Charlie McClean); "Here and Now" (co-songwriters Ali Willa Milner, Derek Hoffman); "Somebody Else" (co-songwriters Derek Hoffman, Sean Sroka).

  • Charlotte Cardin, Jason Brando and Lubalin: "Confetti;" "Daddy's a Psycho" (co-songwriters Aaron Paris, Harper Gordon); "Jim Carrey" (co-songwriter Mathieu Sénéchal).

  • Nicholas Durocher (Talk) and Connor Riddell: "Afraid of the Dark" (co-songwriters Eric Allen Palmquist, Joshua Speers); "A Little Bit Happy" (co-songwriters Brandon Colbein, Jussi Karvinen, Justin Tranter); "Wasteland" (co-songwriters Brandon Colbein, Justin Tranter and Sam Homaee).

  • William Prince: "Broken Heart of Mine;" "Easier and Harder:' "When You Miss Someone."

Country album of the year

  • The Compass Project – South Album, Brett Kissel

  • Right Round Here, Dean Brody

  • Do it Anyway, Jade Eagleson

  • Ahead of Our Time, James Barker Band

  • Spillin' My Truth, Tyler Joe Miller

Adult alternative album of the year

  • Powder Blue, Begonia

  • Multitudes, Feist

  • Are We Good, Hayden

  • Motewolonuwok, Jeremy Dutcher

  • Revolution, Shawnee Kish

Alternative album of the year

  • Here and Now, Aysanabee

  • Dizzy, Dizzy

  • To Learn, Leith Ross

  • See You in the Dark, Softcult

  • Lord of the Flies & Birds & Bees, Talk

Pop album of the year

  • 99 Nights, Charlotte Cardin

  • Mirror, Lauren Spencer Smith

  • Saturn Return, Rêve

  • Queen of Me, Shania Twain

  • Lost in Translation, Valley

Rock album of the year

  • Fearless, Crown Lands

  • Formentera II, Metric

  • Blame My Ex, the Beaches

  • Pretty Monster, the Blue Stones

  • Glory, the Glorious Sons

Vocal jazz album of the year

  • Songwriter, Alex Bird & Ewen Farncombe

  • You're Alike, You Two, Caity Gyorgy and Mark Limacher

  • Little Bit a' Love, Denielle Bassels

  • Our Roots Run Deep, Dominique Fils-Aimé

  • Your Requests, Laila Biali

Jazz album of the year (solo)

  • Day Moon, Christine Jensen

  • Walls Made of Glass, Gentiane MG

  • Sonic Bouquet, Jocelyn Gould

  • Twelve, Noam Lemish

  • The South Detroit Connection, Russ Macklem

Jazz album of the year (group)

  • Migrations, Allison Au with the Migrations Ensemble

  • Septology-The Black Forest Session, Canadian Jazz Collective

  • Cry Me a River, Hilario Duran and His Latin Jazz Big Band

  • Recent History, Mike Murley & Mark Eisenman Quartet

  • Convergence, Nick Maclean Quartet feat. Brownman Ali

Instrumental album of the year

  • Néo-Romance, Alexandra Stréliski

  • When we were that what wept for the sea, Colin Stetson

  • Calibrating Friction, Haralabos [Harry] Stafylakis

  • Fourth Album, Markus Floats

  • Tesseract, Meredith Bates

Francophone album of the year

  • Zayon, FouKi

  • Dans la seconde, Karkwa

  • En concert avec l'Orchestre symphonique de Montréal (sous la direction du chef Simon Leclerc), Les Cowboys Fringants & l'Orchestre symphonique de Montréal

  • À boire deboutte, Salebarbes

  • Non conventionnel, Souldia

Children's album of the year

  • Big Words, ABC Singsong

  • Going Back: Remembered and Remixed Family Folk Songs, Vol. 1, Ginalina

  • Love-a-By, Splash'N Boots

  • Welcome to the Flea Circus, the Swinging Belles

  • Maestro Fresh Wes Presents: Young Maestro Stick to Your Vision For Young Athletes, Young Maestro

Classical album of the year (solo artist)

  • Infinite Voyage, Barbara Hannigan

  • Nielsen: Violin Concerto, Symphony No. 4, James Ehnes

  • Fauré: Nocturnes & Barcarolles, Marc-André Hamelin

  • De Hartmann: Cello Concerto, Matt Haimovitz

  • Mouvance, Suzie LeBlanc

Classical album of the year (large ensemble)

  • Bekah Simms: Bestiaries, Cryptid Ensemble, Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal

  • Maxime Goulet: Symphonie de la tempête de verglas, Orchestre classique de Montréal, conducted by Jacques Lacombe

  • Sibelius 3 & 4, Orchestre Métropolitain, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin

  • Mahler: Symphony No. 5, Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal, conducted by Rafael Payare

  • Rachmaninoff: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3; Isle of the Dead, the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin

Classical album of the year (small ensemble)

  • Mythes, Andrew Armstrong and James Ehnes

  • Portrait: Alex Baranowski, Angèle Dubeau and La Pietà

  • Portrait, Cheng² Duo

  • Il Ponte di Leonardo, Constantinople

  • Basta parlare!, Les Barocudas

Classical composition of the year

  • Simulacra, Amy Brandon

  • Portrait of an Imaginary Sibling, Dinuk Wijeratne

  • ...and the Higher Leaves of the Trees Seemed to Shimmer in the Last of the Sunlight's Lingering Touch of Them…, Emilie Cecilia LeBel

  • Shāhīn-nāmeh, for Voice and Orchestra, Iman Habibi

  • Don't Throw Your Head in Your Hands, Nicole Lizée

Rap album/EP of the year

  • Bag or die, bbno$

  • Spin the Globe, Connor Price

  • Crying Crystals, Haviah Mighty

  • Kaytraminé, Kaytraminé

  • Panic, Tobi

Dance recording of the year

  • "Eat Your Man," Dom Dolla and Nelly Furtado

  • "Crew Thang," DVBBS, Jeremih and Sk8

  • "Need Your Love," Felix Cartal and Karen Harding

  • "I Go Dancing," Frank Walker feat. Ella Henderson

  • "Next to You," Loud Luxury, DVBBS feat. Kane Brown

Contemporary R&B recording of the year

  • For the Better, Aqyila

  • Never Enough, Daniel Caesar

  • Heartbreak Hill, Jon Vinyl

  • When it Blooms, Nonso Amadi

  • Facets, Shay Lia

Reggae recording of the year

  • "Stir This Thing," Ammoye

  • "Feel Like Home," Exco Levi

  • Roots Girl, Jah'Mila

  • Dread, Kirk Diamond & Finn

  • "Rush Dem," Omega Mighty feat. 4Korners, Haviah Mighty

Contemporary Indigenous artist or group of the year

  • Here and Now, Aysanabee

  • Scream, Holler & Howl, Blue Moon Marquee

  • Inuktitut, Elisapie

  • Revolution, Shawnee Kish

  • Bekka Ma'iingan, Zoon

Contemporary roots album of the year

  • The Returner, Allison Russell

  • We Will Never Be the Same, Good Lovelies

  • Beyond the Reservoir, Julian Taylor

  • A Light in the Attic, Logan Staats

  • Stand in the Joy, William Prince

Traditional roots album of the year

  • Paint Horse, Benjamin Dakota Rogers

  • The Breath Between, David Francey

  • Roses, Jackson Hollow

  • Second Hand, James Keelaghan

  • Resilience, Morgan Toney

Blues album of the year

  • SoulFunkn'Blues, Blackburn Brothers

  • Scream, Holler & Howl, Blue Moon Marquee

  • One Step Closer, Brandon Isaak

  • The Big Bottle of Joy, Matt Andersen

  • Gettin' Together, Michael Jerome Browne

Contemporary Christian/gospel album of the year

  • Glory to God, Brooke Nicholls

  • All Ye Lepers, Joshua Leventhal

  • Arrow, K-Anthony

  • Where I'm Meant to Be, Stirling John

  • Alive, Tuzee

Global music album of the year

  • Donte sann yo, Bel and Quinn

  • Kizavibe, Kizaba

  • SMS for Location Vol. 5, Moonshine

  • Okantomi, Okan

  • Soap Box, Waahli

Jack Richardson producer of the year

  • Hill Kourkoutis: "Ego Death," Aysanabee; "Whiskey Bar," Tafari Anthony (co-producers Jordyn Woodside, Mike Tompa, Tafari Anthony).

  • Jason Brando, Lubalin, Mathieu Sénéchal and Sam Avant: "Confetti," Charlotte Cardin (co-producer Rob Grimaldi); "Jim Carrey," Charlotte Cardin.

  • Joel Stouffer: "Breaking Up With Jesus," Reve; "Whitney," Reve (co-producers Aaron Paris, Banx & Ranx.

  • Shawn Everett: "Used to Be Young," Miley Cyrus (co-producers Michael Pollack, Miley Cyrus); "What Now," Brittany Howard (co-producer Brittany Howard).

  • Wondagurl: "Circus Maximus," Travis Scott (co-producers Jahaan Sweet, Mike Dean, Noah Goldstein, Travis Scott); "HYAENA" (co-producers Jahaan Sweet, Mike Dean, Noah Goldstein, Travis Scott).

Recording engineer of the year

  • Denis Tougas: "Dawgcatcher," Amanda Marshall; "Special," Amanda Marshall

  • George Seara: "Everything Belongs," Cory Asbury; "The Promise is the Same," Cory Asbury.

  • Matty Green: "because of you," Chris LaRocca; "Midnight Dreams," Ellie Goulding.

  • Serban Ghenea: "Anti-Hero," Taylor Swift; "Paint The Town Red," Doja Cat.

  • Shawn Everett: "Used to Be Young," Miley Cyrus; "What Now," Brittany Howard.

Album artwork of the year

  • Carolyne De Bellefeuille (art director), Jessica Ledoux (designer, illustrator), Mali Savaria-Ille (designer, illustrator), Veronique Lafortune (designer, illustrator), Leeor Wild (photographer: Inuktitut, Elisapie.

  • Heather Goodchild (art director), Colby Richardson (designer), Colin Fletcher (illustrator), Sara Melvin (photographer): Multitudes, Feist.

  • Kit King (illustrator), Vanessa Heins (photographer): The Love Still Held Me Near, City and Colour.

  • Nicolas Lemieux (art director), Mykaël Nelson (designer and illustrator), Albert Zablit (photographer): Riopelle Symphonique, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal.

  • Quinton Nyce (art director), Brodie Metcalfe (designer), Davis Graham (illustrator), Kaylee Smoke (photographer): I'm Good, HBU?, Snotty Nose Rez Kids.

Music video of the year

  • "Of Woods and Seas," Andrew De Zen (Alaskan Tapes)

  • "Demons," Ethan Tobman (Allison Russell)

  • "Onetwostep," Jordan Clarke (des hume feat. juicelover)

  • "Damn Right," Sterling Larose (Snotty Nose Rez Kids)

  • "Feral canadian scaredy cat," Sterling Larose and Zachary Vague (young friend)

Electronic album of the year

  • Infinity Club, Bambii

  • Birds, Bees, the Clouds & the Trees, Harrison

  • Creatures of the Late Afternoon, Kid Koala

  • Synthetic Season 2, Rich Aucoin

  • No Highs, Tim Hecker

Metal/hard music album of the year

  • As Gomorrah Burns, Cryptopsy

  • Electric Sounds, Danko Jones

  • Goliath, Kataklysm

  • Void, Ken mode

  • Morgöth Tales, Voivod

Adult contemporary album of the year

  • Heavy Lifting, Amanda Marshall

  • I Wish I Was Flawless, I'm Not, Banners

  • To Be Loved, Vol. 1, Josh Sahunta

  • Run Where the Light Calls, Luca Fogale

  • Wildflower, Steph La Rochelle

Comedy album of the year

  • Life of Leisure, Derek Seguin

  • Never Was, Graham Clark

  • A Lylebility, Kyle Brownrigg

  • Sexiest Fish in the Lake, Laurie Elliott

  • SAP, Mae Martin

Traditional R&B/soul recording of the year

  • "Hello," Aqyila

  • "Unbreakable," Jhyve

  • Where to Find Me, Katie Tupper

  • "9 to 5," Luna Elle

  • Real World, RealestK

Rap single of the year

  • "American Nightmare," Belly

  • "Spinnin," Connor Price feat. Bens

  • "Honey Bun," Haviah Mighty

  • "Minimum Wage," Pressa

  • "Someone I Knew," Tobi

Underground dance single of the year

  • "Call My Name," Blond:ish

  • "Mad Mess," DJ Karaba

  • "Could Be Wrong," Lostboyjay

  • "Eclipse," Peach

  • "Concorde Groove," Smalltown DJs

Traditional Indigenous artist or group of the year

  • Sing. Pray. Love., Joel Wood

  • LFS5, Nimkii and the Niniis

  • Mitòòdebi (For My Relatives), the Bearhead Sisters

  • Reverie, the Red River Ramblers

  • Drum Nation, Young Scouts

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