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Musicians from across Canada have already flooded Winnipeg in time for the 2014 Juno Awards, set for broadcast Sunday, March 30 at 8 p.m.

  • Imaginary Cities performs with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra for the Manitoba Rocks! series during JunoFest at the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg on Friday. The Manitoba Rocks! series is taking place from Friday March 28 to Sunday, March 30, 2014.

    Crystal Schick / Winnipeg Free Press

    Imaginary Cities performs with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra for the Manitoba Rocks! series during JunoFest at the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg on Friday. The Manitoba Rocks! series is taking place from Friday March 28 to Sunday, March 30, 2014.

  • Tom Wilson and Sarah Stasiuk, in the crowd at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Friday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    Tom Wilson and Sarah Stasiuk, in the crowd at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Friday.

  • The crowd at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Friday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    The crowd at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Friday.

  • Alysha Brilla, a nominee in the Adult Alternative category, stands in the crowd at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Friday.

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    Alysha Brilla, a nominee in the Adult Alternative category, stands in the crowd at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Friday.

  • Members of A Tribe Called Red, left and right, with Shad, middle, take part in Friday's Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Both are nominated for Junos.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    Members of A Tribe Called Red, left and right, with Shad, middle, take part in Friday's Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Both are nominated for Junos.

  • The crowd at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    The crowd at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

  • Fred Penner poses for a group photo at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Friday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    Fred Penner poses for a group photo at the Juno Reception inside the Canadian Museum for Human Rights on Friday.

  • Johnny Reid and Serena Ryder talk to reporters at the MTS Centre Friday.

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    Johnny Reid and Serena Ryder talk to reporters at the MTS Centre Friday.

  • Johnny Reid and Serena Ryder pose during a media event at the MTS Centre Friday.

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    Johnny Reid and Serena Ryder pose during a media event at the MTS Centre Friday.

  • NHL Greats capitain  Mark Napier, left, Blue Rodeo Jim Cuddy, right, of team Rockers pose for a ceremonial puck drop with CJOB Kelly Moore at the 11th annual Juno Cup at MTS iceplex Friday night.

    Joe Bryksa / Winnipeg Free Press

    NHL Greats capitain Mark Napier, left, Blue Rodeo Jim Cuddy, right, of team Rockers pose for a ceremonial puck drop with CJOB Kelly Moore at the 11th annual Juno Cup at MTS iceplex Friday night.

  • NHL Greats team coach Ab McDonald, left, who was also the first Winnipeg Jets captain, welcomes NHL great Mike Keane to the bench during play Friday night.

    Joe Bryksa / Winnipeg Free Press

    NHL Greats team coach Ab McDonald, left, who was also the first Winnipeg Jets captain, welcomes NHL great Mike Keane to the bench during play Friday night.

  • Canadian rock star Jim Cuddy, left, has a laugh with Amanda Rheaume as they and others on Team Rockers sing 'O Canada' before the 11th annual Juno Cup at MTS iceplex Friday night.

    Joe Bryksa / Winnipeg Free Press

    Canadian rock star Jim Cuddy, left, has a laugh with Amanda Rheaume as they and others on Team Rockers sing 'O Canada' before the 11th annual Juno Cup at MTS iceplex Friday night.

  • Team Rockers' Stephen Carroll of the Weakerthans makes his grand entry at the 11th annual Juno Cup.

    Joe Bryksa / Winnipeg Free Press

    Team Rockers' Stephen Carroll of the Weakerthans makes his grand entry at the 11th annual Juno Cup.

  • Dru, a singer, songwriter, dancer and Juno nominee, performs for an intimate crowd at the Exchange Event Centre during JunoFest on Friday.

    Crystal Schick / Winnipeg Free Press

    Dru, a singer, songwriter, dancer and Juno nominee, performs for an intimate crowd at the Exchange Event Centre during JunoFest on Friday.

  • The Lytics perform with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra for the Manitoba Rocks! series during JunoFest Friday at the Centennial Concert Hall.

    Crystal Schick / Winnipeg Free Press

    The Lytics perform with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra for the Manitoba Rocks! series during JunoFest Friday at the Centennial Concert Hall.

  • Tegan and Sara rehearse at the MTS Centre Friday prior to their scheduled Juno performance.

    Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press

    Tegan and Sara rehearse at the MTS Centre Friday prior to their scheduled Juno performance.

  • Tegan and Sara rehearse at the MTS Centre Friday prior to their scheduled Juno performance.

    Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press

    Tegan and Sara rehearse at the MTS Centre Friday prior to their scheduled Juno performance.

  • Tegan and Sara rehearse with back-up singers at the MTS Centre Friday.

    Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press

    Tegan and Sara rehearse with back-up singers at the MTS Centre Friday.

  • Musicians from the Maples Collegiate Jazz Band peer out from underneath their music stands while they follow the Trews in a concert and presentation at Maples Collegiate Friday afternoon.

    Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press

    Musicians from the Maples Collegiate Jazz Band peer out from underneath their music stands while they follow the Trews in a concert and presentation at Maples Collegiate Friday afternoon.

  • Juno nominee Daniel Romano performs at the Winnipeg Free Press News Café Friday afternoon. The singer-songwriter was nominated in the roots and traditional album of the year: solo category for his album Come Cry With Me.

    Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press

    Juno nominee Daniel Romano performs at the Winnipeg Free Press News Café Friday afternoon. The singer-songwriter was nominated in the roots and traditional album of the year: solo category for his album Come Cry With Me.

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