Thursday, April 24

* Apt. 200 launch their summer menu
* TRACÉ/MAPPED: Trajectories of musicians in Montreal at Espace Pop
* Sean Michaels book launch at Cardinal Tea Room
* RIDM’s Docville series screen The Unknown Known
* Iggy Azalea plays the Corona Theatre
* The Howl Arts festival begins with a benefit show at La Vitrola

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Iggy  Azalea

SuWu’s sister bar Apt. 200 is throwing open its garage door windows on the Main today, launching a summer menu (feat. five new cocktails) with a 5 à 7 promising an oyster bar (first 100 free, $2 after that) and music by Axel Klein. 3643 St-Laurent, 5–7 p.m.

TRACÉ/MAPPED: Trajectories of musicians in Montreal is an exhibit of pictures, videos and maps meant to represent the everyday life of indie musicians. It launches today with a cocktail party, music by Mitz Takahashi and Isabelle Ouimet. Espace Pop (5587 Parc), 6 p.m., free

Local music writer Sean Michaels launches his debut novel, Us Conductors, at the Cardinal Tea Room, with a special theremin performance. See more about the book and event here. 5326 St-Laurent, 7 p.m.

RIDM’s Docville series hosts the Quebec premiere of The Unknown Known, a film by legendary documentarian Errol Morris (The Fog of War) about former U.S. secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld (the guy who was partly responsible for the Iraq war and the Bush administration’s torture policy). Read our interview with Morris here. Cinema Excentris (3536 St-Laurent), 8 p.m. $11.75

See how Australian rapper chica Iggy Azalea works it up close and personal at Corona. 2490 Notre-Dame W., 8 p.m., $32/$37, all ages

The Howl Arts festival begins today and runs through next Wednesday, April 29. Tonight’s show is a benefit for Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (Missing Justice) feat. Odaya, Beatrice Deer, AroarA and Sarah Pagé. La Vitrola (4602 St-Laurent), 8:30 p.m., $8

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