Saturday, August 3

* Osheaga no longer sold out!
* Ice Cream, Sweet Lemonade showcase at Festival Mode et Design
* Alejandro Garcia Contreras at Galerie les Territoires
* Native dance performances at the Montreal First Peoples Festival
* Farm fresh vegetables at Dépanneur le Pick-up
* Last chance to see History of the Devil
* Raise the Stakes Theatre’s Lunduntown closes tonight
* MEG festival Lisbon Lux Records showcase
* MEG wrap party with a dance-party boat
* DJ XL5 vs. Orgasmo Sonore at Fantasia

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Farm Red Orach

Osheaga is no longer sold out! At 10 a.m., a limited number of day-tickets for Saturday and Sunday are going on sale here. Internet purchases only. (See our extensive Osheaga preview coverage here.)

Check out the Festival Mode et Design showcase Ice Cream, Sweet Lemonade, where designers and bands share the stage. Pedram Karimi, Barilà and UNTTLD present their latest high-concept collections, while Beverlay, UN and Jef Barbara play sets between the runway shows. Scène de l’Esplanade (Cathcart and McGill College), 2–5 p.m., free

Galerie les Territoires presents Espejo Negro, an exhibition produced by their second Atelier de Création featuring visiting Mexican artist Alejandro Garcia Contreras. Les Territoires (Belgo Building, 372 Ste-Catherine W., #527, 3 p.m, free

See traditional native dance performances, presented as part of Autochtone, the Montreal First Peoples Festival. Place des Festivals (Jeanne-Mance btwn Ste-Catherine & President Kennedy), 3 p.m., free

You can head over to Dépanneur le Pick-up for some farm fresh vegetables provided by Nick Kuepfer. For today’s selection, check out his Farm Red Orach page. 7032 Waverly, 5–8 p.m.

It’s your last chance to catch local theatre troupe Studio 66’s production of Clive Barker’s play The History of the Devil, presented as part of the Fantasia Festival. Read our article about it here. Place des Arts Cinquième Salle (175 Ste-Catherine W.), 8 p.m., $24

Raise the Stakes Theatre’s production of Lunduntown also closes tonight, after a four-night run. Théâtre Ste-Catherine (264 Ste-Catherine E.), 8 p.m., $15–$17

As part of the MEG festival, Lisbon Lux Records showcases a few names from its roster, namely electro-pop band le Couleur, indie rock duo Secret Sun and RYAN, a rising local DJ/producer who’ll be playing her first live set tonight. Hear a mix she prepared for us here. 4234 St-Laurent, 10 p.m., $12

MEG wraps up on the St. Lawrence, where the dance-party boat will set sail with DJs the Hacker, Zombie Nation, Bordello and Thomas Von Party. Read our article about MEG here. Alexandra Pier, 11:30 p.m., $45/$55

And DJ XL5 faces off against Orgasmo Sonore with his Zombie Zappin’ Party for Fantasia. You can read our interview here. Imperial Theatre(1432 Bleury), 11:55 p.m., $9–10

Check out our complete listings for more great club, stage and gallery events.

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