Arcade Fire has been announced as the latest high-wattage attraction at the upcoming Juno Awards ceremony in Vancouver.
The Montreal collective will appear onstage at Rogers Arena on Sunday (March 25) for a televised awards ceremony that will also include performances by Daniel Caesar, and Jessie Reyez.
Hometown hero Michael Buble hosts the night.
Proud owners of nine Junos over the band’s career, Arcade Fire will this year receive the International Achievement Award.
This band is also nominated for four additional Junos, including album and alternative album of the year (Everything Now), single of the year ("Everything Now"), and group of the year.
Reyez is the only other artist to garner four Juno nominatons for 2018.
Past winners of the Inernational Achievement Award have included Celine Dion, Alanis Morisette, Drake, Bryan Adams, and Sarah McLachlan. The award is given to acts that have achieved "exemplary success on a global scale".
Tickets for The 2018 JUNO Awards are online at ticketmaster.ca.