TORONTO, June 4, 2021 /CNW/ – The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) today announced that the JUNO Awards are coming back to Toronto in 2022 for in-person celebrations. Canada’s largest city, renowned for its vibrant arts scene, will once again host the country’s most exciting night in music and all JUNO Week festivities. The51st Annual JUNO Awards will be broadcast live on CBC.
2022 JUNO Week returns to Toronto with the support of the Government of Ontario and the City of Toronto. Toronto was home to the JUNO Awards for the first 20 years of its celebrations beginning in 1970 at St. Lawrence Hall, a historic venue that held an intimate 250 people. This will be the 27th time Toronto has held the awards.
“We are excited to host the JUNO Awards in person, in Toronto next year,” said Mayor John Tory. ”We are eager to showcase our diverse and remarkable music scene and the artists, venues and people behind it. Toronto is proud of its music and arts scene and being able to host the JUNOS again will help us continue to build up that scene. Our doors will be wide open to welcome the JUNOS home next