The 2018 Polaris Music Prize has come to an end, but you can relive all the great performances here on CBC Music.
Eight of this year's short listed acts — Jean-Michel Blais, U.S. Girls, Partner, Weaves, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Hubert Lenoir, Pierre Kwenders and this year's winner, Jeremy Dutcher — took to the stage to perform cuts from their nominated albums. Watch all the performances below, and head over to cbcmusic.ca/polaris for full coverage of this year's event.
Weaves performing "Law and Panda" and "Wide Open"
Jean-Michel Blais performing "Dans ma main" and "Hypocrite"
Deep Vvaters (a band from Toronto's Girls Rock Camp) performing Alvvays' "In Undertow"
Hubert Lenoir performing "Fille de Personne I, II and III"
Snotty Nose Rez Kids performing "Savages" and "H.O.W."
U.S. Girls performing "Pearly Gates" and "Poem"
Jeremy Dutcher performing "Mehcinut," "Essuwonike" and "Pomok naka Poktoinskwes"
Pierre Kwenders performing "Zonga," "Welele" and "Sexus Plexus Nexus/Tuba Tuba/Enjaillement"
Partner performing "Creature in the Sun" and "Big Gay Hands"
Celebrating the best of Canadian music from 2018. The Polaris Prize awards the best full-length Canadian album based on artistic merit, regardless of genre, sales, or record label. Hear this year's short-list nominees Weaves, Daniel Ceasar, Jeremy Dutcher, Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Alvvays and more