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Trailer Park Boys are back to host East Coast Music Awards
Ricky, Julian and Bubbles are once again leaving the friendly confines of Sunnyvale for the bright lights of Halifax.
The foul-mouthed Trailer Park Boys trio will return as hosts of the East Coast Music Awards next month in the Nova Scotia capital, organizers announced Tuesday.
Producers for the Feb. 18 gala show, which will be broadcast nationally on CBC, said the popular characters ó played by Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith ó were an easy choice to host for the second straight time after being well received by last year’s audience.
The announcement comes on the heels of a successful year for the Trailer Park Boys franchise.
The television show aired its sixth season on the Showcase network in the spring, whileTrailer Park Boys: The Movie ó released in Canadian theatres in October ó earned critical acclaim and robust box office numbers.
The film is nominated for best picture and best adapted screenplay at the Feb. 13 Genie Awards.
Diverse list of performers on tap
East Coat Music Awards officials unveiled a preliminary lineup of performances for the show, which they say will showcase the diversity of East Coast music.
Among the performers will be Halifax-based alternative rock group the Joel Plaskett Emergency; New Brunswick-based Acadian singer-songwriter George Belliveau; Classified, a rapper from Enfield, N.S.; and a number of up-and-coming songwriters, including P.E.I’s Rose Cousins.
The awards show will include tributes to John Allan Cameron and Dutch Mason, two Nova Scotian musicians who both died this year.
The show, to be held at the Halifax Metro Centre, wraps up a four-day music festival expected to draw 400 artists, 2,500 delegates and 50,000 fans.