Canadian Live Music Association & Canadian Music Week

2022 Live Music Industry Awards
presented by El Mocambo

Friday, June 10, 2022
Doors 4:30PM
Awards Show: 5:00PM -7:00PM
El Mocambo, 462/464 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Canadian Live Music Association & Canadian Music Week

2022 Live Music Industry Awards
presented by El Mocambo

Canadian Music Week and the Canadian Live Music Association (CLMA) are happy to announce the 2022 nominees for the Canadian Live Music Industry Awards. Hosted by Jully Black, the Live Music Industry Awards will take place June 10 at the El Mocambo with performances by Jully Black, Sam Drysdale, Preston Pablo, Rêve, and Nobro.

Friday June 10, 2022
Doors: 4:30pm
Award Show: 5:00PM - 7:00PM
El Mocambo
462/464 Spadina Ave., Toronto ON

Created by Canadian Music Week in partnership with the Canadian Live Music Association, the trade association for the live music sector, the Live Music Industry Awards are a highlight of CMW.

"Never has it been more important to come together and celebrate each other and the incredible resilience of our live music community. The past two years have been excruciating and yet we have persevered. Now, here we are - the moment has finally arrived.  Join us to recognize our peers and colleagues who have gone above and beyond, and led this sector through our many challenges. The Canadian Live Music Industry Awards is our time to shine the spotlight back stage and front of house, and thank, celebrate and acknowledge you and all you do." - Erin Benjamin, President & CEO  Canadian Live Music Association


For Immediate Release: April 20, 2017 · Please add to your listings/announcements

The 35th Annual Canadian Music Week
Announces Winners For The 2nd Annual 2017
Live Music Industry Awards

Canadian Music Week is happy to announce the winners of the Live Music Industry Awards, which took place April 19, 2017 in the Grand Ballroom of the Sheraton Centre Toronto. The Live Music Industry Awards were hosted by Paul Shaffer and celebrated the best in the business with award presentations and live musical performances by Ruth B and Elm.

Complete List of 2017 Live Music Industry Awards Winners:

Major Festival of the Year:
WayHome Music & Arts Festival (Oro-Medonte)

Small Festival of the Year (6000 and under):
Rifflandia Festival (Victoria)

Medium Festival of the Year (6001 to 15000):
Toronto Urban Roots Festival (Toronto)

Family Program of the Year:
Field Trip Music and Arts Festival (Toronto)

Green Operations Festival of the Year, sponsored by Stageline:
Osheaga Festival Musique et Arts (Montreal)

Not-for-Profit Festival of the Year:
RBC Bluesfest (Ottawa)

Best Teamwork in an Arena:
Bell Centre (Montreal)

Best Teamwork in a Major Club (1000+ capacity):
The Danforth Music Hall (Toronto)

Best Teamwork in a Soft Seat Theatre/ Performing Arts Centre:
Sony Centre For The Performing Arts (Toronto)

Best Teamwork in a Medium Club (300 to 999 capacity):
The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern (Toronto)

Best Teamwork in a Small Club (less than 300 capacity):
Carleton Music Bar and Grill (Halifax)

A/V Production Company of the Year:

2017 Licensed to Play Award: Presented by SOCAN
The Drake Hotel

Agent of the Year:
Julien Paquin (Paquin Entertainment Industry)

Global Creators Award:
Paul Shaffer

Concert/Club Talent Buyer of the Year:
Mark Russell

New Touring Artist of the Year, sponsored by Slaight Music:
July Talk

Production Manager of the Year (Festivals/Concert), sponsored by Access Event Solutions:
Larry Fitzpatrick

Road Warrior of the Year (Tour Manager):
Dave Gardner

Manager of the Year:
Bernie Breen and Patrick Sambrook

Festival Buyer of the Year:
Paula Perri

Brand/Music Program of the Year:
TD Jazz Festivals

Legends of Live Award:
The Tragically Hip

Music City of the Year, Canadian:
Québec City

Canadian Music Week is Canada’s leading annual entertainment event dedicated to the expression and growth of the country’s music, media and entertainment industries. Combining four information-intensive conferences; a trade exposition; a film festival; a comedy festival; four awards shows and the nation’s largest new music festival, CMW spans a six-day period from April 18 to 23, 2017 at the Sheraton Centre Hotel, and in more than 50 downtown Toronto venues, attracting participants from across the globe. • @CMW_Week  •

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