Saturday, Sept. 6

* POP Montreal bike-in at Terrasse St-Ambroise (rain or shine!)
* OUMF street party feat. free shows by Poirier & Rich Aucoin
* The Wiggle Room 1st anniversary burlesque extravaganza
* Nomadic Massive 10th anniversary show at le Belmont
* Visions LGBT dance party & show at Cabaret Playhouse

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Rich Aucoin

POP Montreal’s annual bike-in at the Terrasse St-Ambroise on the Lachine Canal has already been postponed due to rain once, but today it’s happening rain or shine. The event (a fundraiser for Film POP, the movie wing of the POP Montreal festival) kicks off with CISM DJ Alexandre Fontaine Rousseau, and at sundown Brian De Palma’s freaky 1974 classic Phantom of the Paradise will be screened — see more details here. 5080 St-Ambroise (canal side), 4:30 p.m., screening at 9 p.m., free 

It’s the third and final night of OUMF, the UQAM Ghetto street fest featuring some fine live music including must-see Halifax showman Rich Aucoin, who’s about to launch a new record of indie pop anthems called Ephemeral. Do not miss this.

St-Laurent Blvd’s Wiggle Room celebrates its first anniversary with an all-star burlesque show with headliner Miss Sugarpuss, Lady Josephine, Jonathan Gold, Kitty Vanderbuilt and more. 3874 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $25

Speaking of anniversaries, Montreal hip hop collective Nomadic Massive are marking a decade in action with a live show and party feat. DJs Andy Williams and Scott C. Le Belmont (4483 St-Laurent), 9 p.m., $20 suggested donation

Visions brings together Laura Boo from POMPe and host with most DL Jones for a dance party with DJs B’UGO, Frankie Teardrop and Bobby Terrance, and performers Julie Paquet, Tristan Ginger and Big Sissy. Cabaret Playhouse (5656 Parc), 11 p.m., $5-$10 sliding scale (proceeds go to Head and Hands)
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