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And the 2024 JUNO Awards has been awarded to…

One of the announcement made during JUNO Week (which is currently happening in Edmonton ahead of the award presentations Saturday and Sunday) is the name of the host city for the following year. And today (March 8), we learned that the 2024 JUNOs will be in Halifax.

This is the first time Halifax has had the JUNOs since 2006 when Pamela Anderson was the host. Things will run from March 20-24, 2024, with the broadcast coming from the Scotiabank Centre on Sunday, March 24, 2024.

Just to refresh your memory, here are the JUNO cities going back the last couple of decades:

  • 2002 – St. John’s
  • 2003 – Ottawa
  • 2004 – Edmonton
  • 2005 – Winnipeg
  • 2006 – Halifax
  • 2007 – Saskatoon
  • 2008 – Calgary
  • 2009 – Vancouver
  • 2010 – St. John’s
  • 2011 – Toronto
  • 2012 – Ottawa
  • 2013 – Regina
  • 2014 – Winnipeg
  • 2015 – Hamilton
  • 2016 -Calgary
  • 2017 – Ottawa
  • 2018 – Vancouver
  • 2019 – London
  • 2021 – Toronto
  • 2022 – Toronto
  • 2023 – Edmonton

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