Tuesday, July 30

* Jean-Charles de Castelbajac (JCDC) book signing
* Fantasia presents Slipstreams & Eclectic Sheep
* Ghostbeard and Poirier’s Sud-West dance party
* Obscur ’80s at Notre Dame des Quilles
* The Montreal First People’s Festival starts today

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Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

Pop-art design superstar Jean-Charles de Castelbajac (aka JCDC), who dresses the Lady Kanyoncés of the world, will be signing books at Indigo. Place Montreal Trust (1500 McGill College), 12–2 p.m.

The Fantasia Festival hosts Slipstreams & Eclectic Sheep: a shorts program akin to early Twilight Zone including explorations of grief, love and death told through the slipstream of future technological possibility. Imperial Theatre (1432 Bleury), 5 p.m., $9–$10

Ghostbeard and Poirier’s monthly Sud-West dance party lights up the southwest with dancehall, reggae and other beats that’ll go straight to your butt. We’re running out of summer, so don’t waste an opportunity to get down there. Terrasse St-Ambroise (5080 St-Ambroise, Lachine Canal side), 7 p.m., free

If dark ’80s music is more your speed, Obscur ’80s brings out the best post-punk, minimal synth, dark wave and goth rock. Notre Dame des Quilles (32 Beaubien E.), 9 p.m., free

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The Montreal First Peoples’ Festival starts today.The fest runs until August 5 and is included in the Festi+ Pass. Get 50% off all shows at the Cinémathèque québécoise (for tickets bought at Cinémathèque québécoise) when you show your Festi+ Pass.


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