Meghan Patrick To Perform At The 2020 Juno Awards

Meghan Patrick will be one of the televised performers on the 2020 Juno Awards.  The Warner Music recording artist will add this to her impressive resume of award show performances which also includes 3 televised performances at the Canadian Country Music Awards.  Tune into the 2020 Juno Awards on Sunday, March 15th to see Meghan’s electrifying performance.

In addition to this exciting news, Meghan Patrick will be premiering the official video for “Things I Shouldn’t Say” on her YouTube channel tomorrow, February 20th at 2:00 PM EST.  This event will feature Meghan chatting with fans during the video premiere.  A teaser for the video can be seen here today, and fans can set a reminder to watch this tomorrow with Meghan here.

Meghan Patrick continues her cross-country tour, bringing her powerful live show across Canada.  The dates combine both Meghan’s headlining tour dates as well as her opening dates for country music royalty Old Dominion.  Tickets are available now at

Tour Dates

* – With Old Dominion

February 20

Kingston, ON

Leon’s Centre *

February 21

Toronto, ON

Coca-Cola Coliseum *

February 22

Sudbury, ON

Sudbury Arena *

February 24

Kitchener, ON

Kitchener Memorial Auditorium *

February 25

Peterborough, ON

Peterborough Memorial Auditorium *

February 28

Burlington, ON

Burlington Performing Arts Centre

February 29

Windsor, ON

Chrysler Theatre

March 11

Meaford, ON

Meaford Hall Arts & Cultural Centre

March 12

Brantford, ON

Sanderson Centre

March 14

Milton, ON

First Ontario Performing Arts Centre

April 30

Ottawa, ON

Meridian Theatres @ Centrepointe

May 1

Kingston, ON

Grand Theatre

May 2

Lindsay, ON

Academy Theatre of Performing Arts

Meghan Patrick is one of the most exciting country artists today.  She is the two-time CCMA Female Artist of the Year, as well as the first solo female artist to take home the Fans’ Choice Award at the Country Music of Ontario Awards. She has also been nominated for three Juno Awards including two in the Country Album of the Year category.

Her debut album, Grace and Grit generated four Top 20 singles and a Top 10 hit with “Still Loving You,” while her sophomore album Country Music Made Me Do It launched the singles “Walls Come Down” and  “Country Music Made Me Do It” into the Top 5 and “The Bad Guy” to the Top 15.  In concert, she’s shared the stage with superstars like Lady Antebellum, Dwight Yoakam, Kip Moore and Martina McBride, as well as performing a duet with Keith Urban at the Timmins Stars & Thunder Festival.

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