First round of performers unveiled for MMVAs

WhatsOn Apr 08, 2016 by Laura DaSilva OurWindsor.Ca

The first cluster of stars that will light up the downtown core during is year’s Much Music Video Awards has been announced.

Brampton darling Alessia Cara, fresh off her Juno win for Breakthrough Artist of the Year, will take the stage along with Nick Jonas and hip hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.

“They are only the first names in what is going to be an epic lineup of artists headlining this iconic awards show,” said Nanci MacLean, vice-president of in-house production at Bell Media.

The annual block party also has a new name. It will now be called the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards, a step Bell is taking to bring the iHeartRadio brand to Canada after partnering with digital service in January.

The awards show will be broadcast live on June 19 from Much Music’s downtown Toronto headquarters on Queen St. W.

Toronto Star

First round of performers unveiled for MMVAs

This year's edition of the annual live broadcast has star power and a longer name

WhatsOn Apr 08, 2016 by Laura DaSilva OurWindsor.Ca

The first cluster of stars that will light up the downtown core during is year’s Much Music Video Awards has been announced.

Brampton darling Alessia Cara, fresh off her Juno win for Breakthrough Artist of the Year, will take the stage along with Nick Jonas and hip hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.

“They are only the first names in what is going to be an epic lineup of artists headlining this iconic awards show,” said Nanci MacLean, vice-president of in-house production at Bell Media.

The annual block party also has a new name. It will now be called the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards, a step Bell is taking to bring the iHeartRadio brand to Canada after partnering with digital service in January.

The awards show will be broadcast live on June 19 from Much Music’s downtown Toronto headquarters on Queen St. W.

Toronto Star

First round of performers unveiled for MMVAs

This year's edition of the annual live broadcast has star power and a longer name

WhatsOn Apr 08, 2016 by Laura DaSilva OurWindsor.Ca

The first cluster of stars that will light up the downtown core during is year’s Much Music Video Awards has been announced.

Brampton darling Alessia Cara, fresh off her Juno win for Breakthrough Artist of the Year, will take the stage along with Nick Jonas and hip hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.

“They are only the first names in what is going to be an epic lineup of artists headlining this iconic awards show,” said Nanci MacLean, vice-president of in-house production at Bell Media.

The annual block party also has a new name. It will now be called the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards, a step Bell is taking to bring the iHeartRadio brand to Canada after partnering with digital service in January.

The awards show will be broadcast live on June 19 from Much Music’s downtown Toronto headquarters on Queen St. W.

Toronto Star