The Best Barrie Content To Stream

The Best Barrie Content To Stream

The Best Barrie Content To Stream

The double whammy of winter and the dreaded C virus have left us with a limited slate of entertainment options this month.

Of course, outdoor enthusiasts can find an abundance of winter adventures around the region. But for those who would prefer not to ensconce themselves in layers of arctic weather gear in search of something to do, there are living room-based options.

Scroll on for a look at some of the best Barrie based content you can stream from your nook as we ride out the winter wave!

The Best Barrie Content To Stream

Live Music – The Indie Distributor Series

Launched in the fall, the Indie Distributor series brings acoustic performances from indie artists to the 400 Market every week.

Live streamed on Saturdays and Sundays, the Indie Distributor is the brainchild of the talented crew behind Gussapalooza, and features indie artists from across the region (and the country).

In addition to the tunes, you can support the artists and the series by picking up merch and music in the online store. Well worth a listen as you go about your weekend.


Barrie Uncovered has a variety of audio entertainment to enjoy, but there are a plethora of equally cool local pods.

True crime junkies should have a listen to Whereabouts Unknown, hosted by local private investigator Ellen White. The ongoing series shines a spotlight on the stories of the missing and murdered in Canada, particularly cases from around the region.

There’s also a host of music and pop cultured themed pods from Barrie based creators. Be sure to smash the subscribe button on all of them.

Live Performances and Interviews

Talk is Free Theatre, the Barrie Film Festival and Theatre By The Bay are cornerstones in the culture scene. And they all offer a robust catalogue of content to check out.

The BFF presents a whack of conversations and projects from local filmmakers, including the youth media project.

Talk Is Free has a series of quick chats and behind the scenes convos from their productions over the last few years.

And TBTB has a full on live reading of Cowgirl in Suburbia.

Did We Miss Any Cool Local Content? Let Us Know In The Comments!

And If You Are a Barrie Based Business Looking To Expand Your Digital Footprint With Locally Driven Content Like This, Reach Out Today! We Will Get You Uncovered.

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