Sunday, Feb. 1

* Day 1 of Poutine Week
* Polish ghost story The Wedding screens at Cinéma du Parc
* Lower Plateau dive Bifteck hosts the Super Sunday Tailgate Party
* Hochelaga’s Atomic Café hosts the Super Bowl
* Igloofest feat. DJs Tiga, Keys N Krates, J.u.D. & the Beaux Dégâts DJ crew
* Chuurch (Super Bowl afterparty edition) at Blue Dog

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Braised rib poutine
It’s day one of Poutine Week! Check out details about the 15 poutines we’re most excited about (and links to all 43 locations of participating restaurants) right here.

Cinéma du Parc’s screening series of Polish classics selected by Martin Scorsese continues with Andrezj Wajda’s 1973 film The Wedding, a ghost story based on a classic play from the Polish lit canon. 3575 Parc, 3:15 p.m., $12

For the crew-less who want to Super Bowl socially, lower Plateau dive bar Bifteck is throwing a Super Sunday Tailgate Party. See details about their elaborate in-house games here. 3702 St-Laurent, 3–6 p.m.

For those of you in the ‘chlag, Atomic Café keeps it casual but no less social for the Super Bowl. 3606 Ontario E., 5 p.m.

It’s a banner day for Igloofest, which has a bill co-curated with Osheaga feat. Tiga, Keys N Krates, J.u.D. (see our interview with the hometown producer/DJ here) and DJs from the Beaux Dégâts crew. Jacques Cartier Pier, 6 p.m., $25/$20

Staying on the football tip, Blue Dog’s weekly Chuurch is holding its Super Bowl afterparty edition3958 St-Laurent,10 p.m.
Check out our complete listings for more concert, nightclub, theatre, comedy and art events.