How can I listen to CBC Music?

How can I listen to CBC Music?

Discover the very best in Canadian audio with the CBC Listen app. It’s your one-stop destination for CBC Radio, CBC Podcasts, and CBC Music – all together in one free, easy to use app.

What radio station is CBC Winnipeg?

CBC Radio One Listen Live – 89.3 MHz FM, Winnipeg, Canada | Online Radio Box.

Why is CBC listen not working?

You may be experiencing trouble accessing a stream via the CBC Listen, CBC Gem, CBC News, or CBC Sports app. Please read and follow these troubleshooting tips: Turn off your phone or tablet, and then turn it on again and try once more. Make sure you are running the latest version of the app.

How can I listen to CBC Radio online?

Install the free Online Radio Box application for your smartphone and listen to your favorite radio stations online – wherever you are!

What is the 2020 CBC Music Festival?

The 2020 CBC Music Festival* is a full day of music, food and fun at Toronto’s RBC Echo Beach. With an all-Canadian lineup, it is guaranteed to entertain audiences of all ages. Featuring: Half Moon Run, Lights, Jeremy Dutcher, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Tanika Charles, Tedy and more!

How much are Rogersville and Newfoundland and Labrador Folk festivals tickets?

This year’s headliners for the Rogersville Country Music Festival are Ben & Noel Haggard, while the headliner for the bluegrass festival is ​Rhonda Vincent & The Rage. Tickets range from $30 to $90. The Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival is returning in person after its virtual event last year.

Who’s performing at Alberta and Saskatchewan’s Country Thunder music festivals?

Both Alberta and Saskatchewan have a Country Thunder Music Festival every year. This time around, the Alberta festival features Florida Georgia Line, while the Saskatchewan event includes Blake Shelton and Chad Brownlee. Morgan Wallen and Lee Bryce will perform at both events.

What is the Halifax Jazz Festival?

Formerly known as the Atlantic Jazz Festival, the Halifax Jazz Festival is one of the oldest and largest jazz fests in Canada, featuring hundreds of musicians each year. The lineup and ticket announcements are expected to follow later this spring.