Check out a one-night-only art show called Centipede, featuring a 57-foot collaborative effort involving 10 of Montreal’s best street artists, including Tyler K. Rauman, MC Baldassari, Alex Produkt, Labrona and more. 10 des Pins, #312, 6 p.m.–midnight, free
Fantasia and RIDM team up to present the Quebec premiere of Buffalo Juggalos, Scott Cummings’ experimental half-hour film exploring the phenomenon of Insane Clown Posse fandom in the New York state town (that’s currently besieged by snow). It screens alongside the biker-bar doc Shooter and Whitley. Amphithéâtre du Coeur des sciences de l’UQAM (200 Sherbrooke W.), 6:30 p.m., $11.50
Montreal indie publisher Metatron releases five new titles with a book launch at Drawn & Quarterly, with readings and video projections from the authors. Hosted by Ashley Opheim and Guillaume Morrissette. 211 Bernard W., 7–9 p.m., free
The sheer number of amazing shows happening as part of the M for Montreal music festival tonight is staggering. It’s your last chance to catch digital baroque opera Le Pop d’Époque in the Satosphere (with another performance by ¡Flist! starting at 7 p.m.) — but the hip hop show that follows in the same space is sold out. Further uptown, Dan Boeckner’s latest project, Operators, headlines at la Sala Rossa, and it’s a dance party at Club Lambi, where Technical Kidman, Half-Truth, Secret Secret Girl, le Couleur and Beat Market are playing — enter a contest to win tickets to that show here.
Off-M tonight, and also on the dance party tip, le Bleury Bar à Vinyle plays host to Music Is My Sanctuary‘s U.K. garage night, with Lexis and Dr. Love. 2109 Bleury, 10 p.m.
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