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All The Good (And Occasional) Bad of What Went Down in Barrie Last Week

There are three certainties in life…

Death.

Taxes.

Social media.

And if you are tweeting, posting and talking about Barrie on social media, we want to hear from you! Every week we will do a quick recap of the week that was in Barrie based on your pics, posts and videos.

Whether it’s concerts, store openings, foodie reviews, feelgood stories, fun facts about Barrie, even bizarre bird formations over the marina, we want to share it.

Here’s what went down in Barrie last week…

 

You’ve heard the term “sing for your supper”? Well, over at @bohemiabarrie, occasionally you’ll be asked to sing for your java! Although in this case the patron IS an actual singer, so it’s not that much of an ask…

 

 

Speaking of singing, Barrie’s premiere music festival returns in September, and on Tuesday they had a rather large announcement about the stellar lineup for this year!

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Announcing the @Troubadourfestival 2019 Lineup! September 20-21, 2019 in Barrie, ON • 30 + music artists performing in 7 different venues . Matt Andersen, Cowboy Junkies, Bedouin Soundclash, Old Man Luedecke, The East Pointers, Danny Michel, Little Scream, Andrew Hyatt, Damhnait Doyle, Dani Strong, My Son The Hurricane, Jerry Leger and many more. Additional artists to be announced in the coming weeks. . Early bird tickets on sale Tuesday, June 25 at 10:00am at troubadourfestival.ca. Music fans can purchase a full festival pass that will allow them access into all festival related events. Single show tickets will also be available. . On Friday and Saturday (Sept. 20, 21) the festival will feature various artists (some solo and some with bands) performing hourly in various downtown venues. A full festival pass will allow concertgoers to also attend the Cowboy Junkies show on Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Heritage Estates Winery on Penetanguishene Road. This multi-genre music festival is a carefully curated mix of more than thirty music artists and bands from various genres (singer/songwriter, soul, blues, roots, indie rock, rock ‘n roll, country rock) performing on multiple stages in various venues. . The festival will present free shows to the public on Friday and Saturday at the Meridian Place Amphitheatre. Artisans, craft brewers, and musicians will come together in Troubadour Village at Meridian Place, which will include family friendly entertainment and activities. In addition, Troubadour, in partnership with the Barrie Film Festival, will present a screening of the music documentary Echo In The Canyon, directed by Andrew Slater, on Sat. Sept. 21. . Partner Venues Meridian Place Mavricks Music Hall Heritage Estate Winery Donaleighs Irish Public Househ St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church Homestead Artisan Bakery + Cafe Foxx Lounge Uptown Theatre Barrie Film Festival . For more information visit troubadourfestival.ca

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Did you know there is a national Ultimate Frisbee competition? Nah, neither did we. So we bet you also didn’t know that one of our local athletes is a medal winner from this year’s (and previous) event!

It was graduation day this week for thousands of students across the country, including right here in Barrie at Georgian College. Congrats to @lisacov, @ellie.may101, @future_shrmaynes_problem and all the other grads who got to toss their caps this week!

 

And finally, summer arrived on Friday. And with it, the long days and sunrises that seem to go on forever…like this one captured by @crystalballs6

 

 

 

If you are tweeting, posting and blogging about Barrie, we want to hear from you! Use the #barrieuncovered hashtag and we may post your stuff!

 

 

 

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