JUNO Cup Presented by CBC Sports

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One of the things I love move about the JUNO Awards, on top of celebrating the best in Canadian music, is that whenever they roll into their host city, plenty of concerts, activities, and fun things happen during JUNO Week (this year’s being March 19-25 in Vancouver). The event announcements keep coming and today’s news is about the 15th annual JUNO Cup presented by CBC Sports.

15th Annual JUNO Cup Presented by CBC Sports

When: Friday, March 23, 2018 at 7:3pm
Where: Bill Copeland Sports Centre (3676 Kensington Ave, Burnaby)
Tickets: Individual tickets to the JUNO Cup are priced at $20 (plus fees). Tickets are available online. $15 tickets (plus fees) are available when purchasing 10 or more, with all proceeds benefiting MusiCounts.

15th Annual JUNO Cup Presented by CBC Sports

NHL Legends Team

BJ MacDonald (Edmonton Oilers, Vancouver Canucks), Danielle Dube (Canadian National Women’s Hockey team), Gary Nylund (Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Islanders), Kyle Wellwood (Toronto Maple Leafs, Vancouver Canucks, San Jose Sharks, Winnipeg Jets), Paul Reinhart (Atlanta Flames, Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks), Cliff Ronning (Vancouver Canucks), Dave Babych (Vancouver Canucks), Jyrki Lumme (Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs), Kirk McLean (Vancouver Canucks), Troy Crowder (New Jersey Devils, LA Kings, Vancouver Canucks) and Brad Dalgarno (New York Islanders).

Musicians Team

Aaron Pritchett, Adrian Sutherland (Midnight Shine), Barney Bentall, Bobby Martin (James Barker Band), Chuck Keeping (Big Wreck), Cosmo Ferraro (Ferraro), Darryl James (The Strumbellas), Dean Back (Theory), Doug Elliott (Odds), Dustin Bentall, James Barker (James Barker Band), Jay Bodner (Indian City), JJ Shiplett, Kendel Carson, Matt Sobb (MonkeyJunk), Michael Hollett, Nancy Mike (The Jerry Cans), Sam Polley, Shawn Hook, Victor Micallef (The Tenors), Jim Cuddy (Blue Rodeo), Dallas Smith, Chad Brownlee, Craig Northey (Odds), Devin Cuddy and Grant Lawrence (The Smugglers, CBC Music).

Taking place during JUNO Week, this annual celebrity hockey game has raised over $840,000 for MusiCounts. The charity associated with CARAS puts instruments in the hands of kids who need them most and supports music education initiatives across Canada.

JUNO Week in Vancouver takes place March 19-25, 2018, culminating with the awards gala. This will be the fourth time that Vancouver will host Canada’s Music Awards ceremony; shows previously took place in 1991, 1998, and 2009. Follow the JUNO Awards online with the tag #JUNOS on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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