Loud Luxury Kicks Off The Show
Loud Luxury performs their song "Body" with featured artist Brando to open the Juno Awards in style, backed by the Western Mustangs Marching Band and Cheerleaders
Host Sarah McLachlan Gets The Show Going
Junos host Sarah McLachlan starts off the show with a message embracing the values of equality and multiculturalism in Canada.
McLachlan also joked, “I promise you this show will be memorable - maybe the first St. Patrick’s Day you’ll actually remember."
Bulow Stuns With Musical Medley
Breakthrough Artist-winner Bulow performs a medley of her songs "Two Punks in Love" and "Not a Love Song".
The Reklaws Perform
Brother-sister duo The Reklaws got the crowd moving with their performance of the anthem "Long Live the Night".
Corey Hart Inducted Into Canadian Music Hall Of Fame
80s icon Corey Hart got emotional with his induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame during the Junos.
Sting Presents At The Junos
Legendary musician Sting was on hand at the Junos to present the award for R&B/Soul Recording of the Year to Jessie Reyez.
Sarah McLachlan Takes The Stage To Perform
Sarah McLachlan stepped away from her hosting duties briefly to grace the show for a beautiful performance with of the songs "Beautiful Girl" and "In Your Shoes," with the help of Whitehorse.
Rick Mercer And Tessa Virtue
Rick Mercer and London hometown hero Tessa Virtue appeared to introduce a performance by the great Shawn Mendes.
Shawn Mendes Steals The Show
Shawn Mendes appeared at the Junos to deliver a performance of "In My Blood" that got the audience up on their feet dancing.
Juno winner Jeremy Dutcher delivers a stirring performance of "Sakomawit" in the Wolastoq language.
Corey Hart Closes The Junos With A Bang
Hot off his induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Corey Hart took the stage to close out the Junos with a powerful performance of his song "Never Surrender" followed by a face-melting rendition of his iconic hit "Sunglasses At Night".