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2020 Awards Season & Sports Galore Schedule

Going to an Oscar® party? Planning an NHL All-Star night or simply staying warm and cozy on your couch, these are the dates to mark down.

Pizza Sporting Events:

  • World Junior Ice Hockey Championships (Dec. 26-Jan. 5)
    Host: Czech Republic. iihf.com
  • Three big College Football Bowl Games: Orange Bowl (Dec. 30), Rose Bowl & Sugar Bowl (Jan. 1). ncaa.com
  • NHL Winter Classic (Jan. 1) Chicago Nashville Predators vs. Dallas Stars at Cotton Bowl® Stadium. nhl.com
  • Australian Open Tennis (Jan 20-Feb 02), Melbourne, Australia. ausopen.com
  • Canadian Figure Skating Championships (Jan. 13-19) The best Canadian figure skaters go on to Worlds. Hosted in Mississauga. skatecanada.ca
  • NHL All Star Weekend (Jan. 24-25)  Hosted in St. Louis. nhl.com
  • Super Bowl 54 (Feb. 2) Half-time by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. nfl.com
  • NBA All Star Game (Feb. 16) Hosted in Chicago. nba.com
  • World Figure Skating Championships (Mar. 16-22) The grand prix of figure skating. Hosted in Montreal. montreal2020.com
  • Baseball, Blue Jays Home Opener (Mar. 26) Jays vs. Boston Red Sox. bluejays.com
  • Masters Golf (Apr. 9-12) The world’s top golfers compete for the Green Jacket in Augusta, Georgia. masters.com 
  • Kentucky Derby Horse Racing (May 2) From Churchill Downs, Louisville. kentuckyderby.com

Popcorn Bowl Entertainment Awards:

  • Golden Globe Awards (Jan. 5) Presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and considered a good predictor for the Oscars. goldenglobes.com
  • Critics’ Choice Awards (Jan. 12) Film critics and TV journalists honour the finest in cinematic and television achievement. criticschoice.com
  • Directors Guild of America Awards (Jan. 25) First awarded to D.W. Griffith, these honour directorial excellence. dga.org
  • Grammy Awards (Jan. 26) Recording industry’s most prestigious award, live from Los Angeles. grammy.com
  • Academy Awards (nominations Jan 13., presented Feb. 9) Make sure you enter Beaches Living’s annual contest. oscars.org
  • Canadian Screen Awards (Mar. 29) Canadian Screen Week, March 23 to 29, culminates in awards for best in cinema and TV. academy.ca
  • Juno Awards (Mar. 15) The best in Canadian music live from Saskatoon. junoawards.ca
  • Academy of Country Music Awards (Apr. 5) Winners are determined by the ACM’s industry professional members. acmcountry.com
  • Billboard Music Awards (Apr. 29) Finalists are based on key fan interactions with music, including album & digital singles sales, radio airplay, touring, streaming and social media. billboard.com
  • Tony Awards (Jun. 7) Honoring the best shows on Broadway, live from Radio City Music Hall. tonyawards.com