Sunday, March 1

* 24 Hours of Vinyl continues
* 8 fancy brunch options c/o Montréal en Lumière
* See Elephant Song starring Bruce Greenwood & Xavier Dolan
* Go see We Are Not Alone at the Segal Centre
* Toronto hip hop trio Badbadnotgood headline the first show at Théâtre Fairmount

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Nuit Blanche may be behind us, but one event that began last night continues all day today: 24 Hours of Vinyl, the annual music marathon, running till 9 p.m. Breakfast will be served this morning while DJs play soul and hip hop, and DJ Ghostbeard punk set this aftenoon and a closing dancefloor set by Tim Sweeney should be event highlights. Le Bleury Bar à Vinyle (2109 Bleury), till 9 p.m., free

Although the Nuit Blanche all-nighter is the traditional climax of Montreal en Lumière, today is in fact the festival’s final day. If you’re alive before noon, they’re offering eight enticing brunch options. Various locations, 10 a.m.–1:30 p.m., details here

Check out Elephant Song, a film directed Charles Binamé, starring Bruce Greenwood and Xavier Dolan. Greenwood and playwright Nicolas Billon are nominated for Best Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay, respectively, at the Canadian Screen Awards (airing on CBC tonight at 8 p.m.). Cinema Excentris (3536 St-Laurent), 12:15, 4, 8:15 p.m., $12.57/$10.57 students & seniors

Catch the Segal Centre’s critically acclaimed production of We Are Not Alone, a play written by and starring Damien Atkins as a man who wants to believe (in aliens). 5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine, 2 and 7 p.m., $42.45 to $52.45 tax in

Toronto hip hop playas Badbadnotgood headline the first ever show at Théâtre Fairmount — the re-christened Cabaret du Mile End — as part of the Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp. Warming up the room is Montreal’s own Simahlak. 5240 Parc, 9 p.m., $15

Check out our complete listings for more concert, nightclub, theatre, comedy and art events.