Sunday, Sept. 14

* Lisbon Lux Peel Basin dance party
* See work by 100 artists at 5445 de Gaspé open house
* 1986 U.K. neo-noir cult classic Mona Lisa screens at Concordia
* Danger Dulgar Comedy at Bifteck
* The Young and Smokes play la Vitrola

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Le Couleur
The yellow line is down this weekend, so rather than make your way to Piknic Électronik by shuttle bus, consider heading way downtown to the Peel Basin for part two of Lisbon Lux Records’ outdoor dance party feat. DJ sets by le Couelur and Fonkyson. Bottom of Peel Street at the Lachine Canal, 1:30–5 p.m., free

Go see nearly 100 local artists and their studios on the last day of Ateliers Portes Ouverts, an open house happening throughout the giant building at 5445 de Gaspé. Guided tours available. 1–6 p.m., free

Le Cinéclub/Film Society screens Neil Jordan’s 1986 neo-noir cult classic Mona Lisa, starring Bob Hoskins, Michael Caine and Cathy Tyson. 1395 René-Levèsque W. (VA-114), 6:30 p.m., $8/$6 for students/seniors

Montreal’s favourite Mama’s Boy, Massimo, is headlining Danger Dulgar Comedy at Bifteck, along some serious local stand-up talent: Darren Henwood, Nour Hadidi, Morgan O’Shea, Kristen Humbert and Peter Radomski.  3702 St-Laurent, 8.p.m., $5

Stoner indie rockers the Young are up from Austin, TX to bend minds at la Vitrola, with local openers Smokes. 4602 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $10
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