Watch Barenaked Ladies, Arcade Fire, Daniel Caesar Perform at the 2018 Juno Awards

Watch Barenaked Ladies, Arcade Fire, Daniel Caesar Perform at the 2018 Juno Awards


In addition to handing out hardware last night (March 25), the 2018 Juno Awards treated audience members and viewers to plenty of live performances from some of Canada's favourite artists.
 
Album of the Year winners Arcade Fire kicked off the evening with a live rendition of said album's title track, "Everything Now" — while repping the national uniform of the Canadian tuxedo, of course.
 
Later in the evening, we got to see Arkells, Lights, Shawn Hook, Daniel Caesar, Jessie Reyez and the Jerry Cans perform. There was even an impromptu performance of Canadian hip-hop classic "Northern Touch" by the Rascalz, Kardinall Offishal, Thrust and Choclair.
 
As previously reported, there was also a special tribute to the late Gord Downie by Sarah Harmer, Dallas Green and Kevin Hearn.
 
The most highly anticipated performance of the night, though, was the Barenaked Ladies' onstage reunion with former member Steven Page. After getting inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame (by Geddy Lee, no less), they delivered "One Week." That was followed by a jubilant rendition of "If I Had a Million Dollars," roping in the crowd and a gang of Canadian music stars (and likely those watching at home) for a massive sing-along.
 
Check out all the performance highlights down below.