The lights will be bright at Mosaic Stadium this August as Regina welcomes another music legend to its legendary football facility.
Concert promoter Live Nation announced Monday morning that Paul McCartney will play an outdoor show on August 14th. It will be one of just three Canadian dates the former Beatle plays this year.
The biggest crowd there’s ever been, 7,967, packed into the Brandt Center Sunday night to take in the 2013 Juno Awards.
One of Canadian music's most beloved stars MC’d the night and got plenty of praise for his turn as Junos host.
Despite being nervous for days before the show...Buble says he couldn't be happier with how things went. He calls it a real honour.
Buble appeared in several skits throughout the show, he said the Junos producers had absolute faith that he could bring the laughs.
A cryptic sign on an electric billboard went up at 1630 Albert St. in Regina on Sunday.
Reading "Is there anybody out there," with the date "8-14-13" and "#outthere," it only flashes for about eight seconds and fades into the next advertisement.
However, this sign is evidence of what the major announcement to be made at 10 A.M. Monday by Premier Brad Wall and Regina Mayor Michael Fougere might be.
There were plenty of laughs and even some tears during a Sunday afternoon pre-JUNO event at the Casino Regina.
When speaking about her family's influence on her music, Crystal Shawanda, started to tear up. The day earlier, her album "Just Like You" won her a JUNO for Aboriginal Album of the Year.
The JUNOs are just getting underway in Regina.
The awards ceremony planning has been underway for years and the televised portion hit airwaves at 6 p.m. on Sunday evening.
Host Michael Bublé first hit the stage on Saturday to prepare for the major ceremony.
Artists from across Canada are recognized with the music awards.
It's possible to be star struck in Regina, even if you're a JUNO-nominated musician.
Vancouver-based rapper SonReal felt just that this week.
"It's cool to see all these new and classic artists playing and just seeing them walking around. It's crazy."
He was even bested by an artist he admires - Classified - on Saturday evening.
The first awards of the JUNOs were handed out Saturday night during the Awards Gala at the Brandt Centre in Regina.
The night started with the music stars walking down the special green carpet. The air was filled with excitement as the musicians, who don’t always get the recognition they deserve were blinded by camera flashes.
The first awards of the JUNOs will be handed out tonight.
Music fans in Regina had the opportunity to meet some of Canada's most well-known artists during Juno Fan Fare Saturday afternoon.
Several Canadian groups performed, others signed autographs for the thousands of fans that turned up.
See a video of all the excitement below.