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Barrie Concerts This Month

YOUR GUIDE TO THE CITY’S LIVE MUSIC SCENE

“When Music Hits You, You Feel No Pain”Bob Marley

In what can best be described as the Best. News. EVER (this week) we’re finally seeing the return of live music at smaller venues across Barrie. 

If you’re an emerging group playing gigs in town, we want to hear from you! Send the finer points to [email protected] and we’ll post your shows here and on our events page. And be sure to subscribe to Uncover The Music, the only podcast devoted to Barrie’s local scene.

 

Barrie Concerts This Month

 

147 – CAM BROWN 

DONALEIGH’S

Friday – CABER TOSS

Saturday – THE BARRIERS

Fri. Aug. 21st – THE FLAILING SHILALEIGHS

Sat. Aug. 22nd – THE ROYAL PAINS

Fri. Aug 28th – THE WEEKENDS

Sat. Aug. 29th – THE STRAITS

Live music at Park Place

Live music event at Park Place in Barrie, Ontario, hosted by Rick Groves in conjunction with Park Place starts Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM followed on September 3 and 17, 20.

5 Music Festivals To Check Out In 2020

5 Music Festivals To Check Out In 2020

MUSIC FESTS AROUND ONTARIO TO HIT UP THIS YEAR

New year, new music.

As we welcome 2020, gig enthusiasts are feverishly scanning the interwebs for lineup announcements and ticket prices from their fav festivals.

And festivals, there are a plenty.

We’ve found 5 in Ontario that rate your consideration.

Click on the headline to learn more about each!

And be sure to attack our weekly live music blog for shows in Barrie.

 

5 Music Festivals To Check Out In 2020

 

TROUBADOUR – Barrie

Coming to Barrie for the third time in 2020, Troubadour is a multi-genre music festival produced by Inside The Music with focus and spotlight on songwriters.

Last year over 2500 attended 30 shows, held at various venues in the downtown core. Troubadour offers a blend of tastes from the local scene and beyond, including singer/songwriter, soul, blues, roots, indie rock, rock ‘n roll, and country rock.

Have a listen to our podcast chat with organizer Chas Hay.

 

GUSSAPOLOOZA – Holland’s Landing

Back for another year of camping infused outdoor tuneage, Gussapolooza brings the noise in the last few days of summer.

Focused entirely on Indie bands from the region, the 2 day camp and concert experience is a legit grassroots music event.

Barrie was well rep’d last year with the likes of Crast and the Noolands headlining, and submissions are now open.

 

BOOTS AND HEARTS – Burl’s Creek

Canada’s largest camping and country music festival takes over Oro Medonte August 6-9th. Packed with heavy hitters from the country scene, as well as up and comers, it’s a 4 day jam that has to be experienced to be understood.

Listen to our podcast interviews with some of last year’s performers! 

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TBT to summer days & starry nights 🌠

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EVER AFTER – Kitchener

An EDM focused event, Ever After brings festival goers into a fantasy getaway experience generated by engaging sounds and stunning visuals.

Last year brought over 40 DJs and artists to the stage, with this year’s lineup coming out soon.

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Official #EAMF19 🐉 set times!

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INDIE WEEK – Toronto

Happening in November, Indie Week is the premiere emerging artist festival in Canada with five days and nights of music, showcases, the Indie 101 conference, and the Indie Week Awards show

Taking place in downtown Toronto, artists not only get the chance to showcase in front of industry professionals but they are also invited to participate in the Indie 101 conference. Featuring panels, mentorship, B2B meetings, demo listening sessions and industry mixers with over 350+ Delegates.

 

What did you think of our 5 Music Festivals To Check Out In 2020? And what festivals are you going to? 

 

 

 

 

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