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Are the winners of the 2023 Canadian Live Music Awards

The Canadian Live Music Awards, another part of Canadian Music Week, was held yesterday in Toronto. Here are the winners.


  • Best Teamwork in an Arena: Scotiabank Arena | Toronto, ON
  • Best Teamwork in a Soft Seat Theatre/ Performing Arts Centre: Massey Hall | Toronto, ON
  • Best Teamwork in a Major Club: Commodore Ballroom | Vancouver, BC
  • Best Teamwork in a Medium Club: Corona Theatre | Montreal, QC
  • Best Teamwork in a Small Club: King Eddy | Calgary, AB


  • Small Festival of the Year: Folk on the Rocks | Yellowknife, NT
  • Medium Festival of the Year: Bass Coast Festival | Merritt, BC
  • Major Festival of the Year: Osheaga Music and Arts Festival | Montreal, QC
  • Green Operations Festival of the Year: Hillside Festival | Guelph, ON


  • BrandxMusic Program of the Year: RBCxMusic | Canada
  • Road Warrior of the Year: Jen Ochej | Canada
  • Agent of the Year: Grant Paley, Midnight Agency | Canada
  • Manager of the Year: Six Shooter Management, Six Shooter Records | Toronto, ON • Production Manager of the Year: Ozzy Stone, Studio Bell National Music Centre | Calgary, AB
  • Concert/Club Talent Buyer of the Year: Samantha O’Connor, INK Entertainment/RAPSEASON | Canada
  • Festival Buyer of the Year: Daniel Glick, evenko | Montreal, QC
  • A/V Production Company of the Year: FM Systems | Canada
  • Community Impact: Unison Fund | Canada
  • Your Future Boss: Nicole Auger, International Indigenous Music Summit | Northern Turtle Island
  • New Touring Artist of the Year: Aysanabee | Northern Turtle Island
  • Legends of Live: Bruce Cockburn | Canada
  • Industry Impact: Riley O’Connor | Toronto, ON
    • Music City of the Year: City of Mississauga, ON
  • International Agent of the Year: Marty Diamond, USA
  • International Promoter of the Year: Michael Chugg, Australia

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