Country music artist Julia Vos is a small-town girl with big ambitions. She is on a mission to take on Canada's country music industry by storm. Julia's music develops from a passion for sharing raw personal experiences. She was named 2016 Nashville North Star winner at the Calgary Stampede, and soon after released her single ‘Whispers’ which has been featured on country radio stations Canada-wide. She has performed across Canada including a showcase at the 2016 CCMA's, Boots and Hearts Music Festival, The Calgary Stampede, and has opened for artists such as Gord Bamford, Tebey, Dan Davidson, and many more. She was a 2019 top 12 finalist in the Project Wild – Artist Development Program in Alberta, as well a regular Toronto Blue Jay's anthem singer. She now continues to tour and share her music across Canada as she works on releasing new written works. Julia continues to work hard and can't wait to share more music and experiences. You can find her latest single "Stay" on and all music streaming platforms.
The festival was opened by country singer Julia Vos, who is actually from Mulhurst. She made her breakthrough as the 2016 Calgary Stampede Nashville North Star winner, and with her backing band, the set here merged touches of rock and pop with country.
Julia Vos as the only Western Canadian Finalist in the Boots and Hearts emerging artists showcase.
Julia Vos played the mandolin like nobody’s business, and covered some very lofty songs: Sin Wagon by the “Dixie Chick” and “Better Dig Two” by The Band Perry.
Paul Brandt, Gord Bamford, Tebey, Dan Davidson, Jason Benoit, Adam Grerory, George Canyon, and many more.