Thursday, May 28

* Aux 33 Tours warehouse mega sale
* Just for Him: The Montreal Men’s Fashion Festival
* Citizen Vintage anniversary party
* Greenpeace doc How to Change the World at Excentris
* Atomic Café 10-year anniversary ’60s night
* The Mutek festival presents Nocturne 2 at the MAC

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Aux 33 Tours opens its Mile End warehouse for a mega sale of nearly 60,000 records plus cassettes, VHS, books and gear, with most items selling for just a buck apiece. 5425 Casgrain, #806, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., sale continues through Saturday.

Head to the 19th floor of Place Ville-Marie for a men’s fashion show, as part of Just for Him: The Montreal Men’s Fashion Festival, with new looks from Just Ta Design, Tom Tailor, Nico Design and more. 1 Place Ville-Marie, 6–9 p.m., $20

Citizen Vintage celebrates four years in business with an anniversary party featuring a performance by Nancy Pants. 5330 St-Laurent, 6–10 p.m., free

In conjunction with the Docville festival, Excentris screens How to Change the World, a film about the Vancouver gang of eco-revolutionaries who started Greenpeace. 3536 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $12/$10 students & seniors

Hochelaga hotspot Atomic Café has been holding it down for a decade, and tonight they celebrate with a swinging ’60s night featuring NYC’s revivalists of vintage French pop les Sans Culottes and local mod DJs Parka Pat and Ben Shulman. 3606 Ontario E., 9 p.m.

It’s day two of the Mutek festival, and their Nocturne 2 double program of alluring electronic sounds is happening at the MAC, featuring special projects Antarctic Takt (aka Dasha Rush) and Reflections (Takami Nakamoto and Sebastien Benoits), as well as Lumisokea, Pheek and more. 185 Ste-Catherine W., 9 p.m., $35
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