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Arcade Fire, Sarah McLachlan and OneRepublic to perform at 2014 Junos

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Arcade Fire, Sarah McLachlan and OneRepublic are the latest confirmed artists slated to perform at the 2014 Juno Awards, which will be held in Winnipeg, MB this month.

According to a press release posted March 20 at JunoAwards.ca, the six-time Juno-winning Montreal-based indie-rockers and eight-time Juno-winning Halifax, N.S. native will join Colorado rockers OneRepublic as the latest additions to the 2014 Juno performers roster.

Arcade Fire, who hold a field leading six nominations at Canada's premiere music awards presentation, will participate in the broadcast via a special taped performance while McLachlan will perform the Canadian television debut of “Beautiful Girl” from her upcoming album, "Shine On" and OneRepublic will perform their multi-platinum selling single "Counting Stars."

The latest additions will join previously announced performing artists, which include: Robin Thicke, Tegan and Sara, Walk off the Earth, Serena Ryder, The Sheepdogs and many others.

Hosted by Serena Ryder, Johnny Reid and Classified, the 2014 Juno Awards will be held in Winnipeg, MB from March 24-30 with the awards ceremony scheduled to air live on CTV Sunday, March 30 from MTS Centre.

For more details, check out JunoAwards.ca.

Did you know? Arcade Fire won four awards at the 2012 Junos, including best album ("The Suburbs") and best group.

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