Monday, June 15

* Yelp’s annual Fringe Park BBQ
* Canada vs. Netherlands in the Women’s World Cup
* Heaven Knows What opens at the Phi Centre
* Next Music From Tokyo Japanese band showcase at Divan Orange
* Bad Moon Mondays post-punk/electro/etc night at Salon Officiel
* Dead Obies play a free show as part of the FrancoFolies festival

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Dead Obies
Dead Obies. Photo by Toma Iczkovits
Here’s hoping the rain will clear out in time for Yelp’s annual BBQ in Fringe Park (aka Parc des Amériques), featuring free Thai BBQ and free drinks, entertainment, activities and a chance to meet some kick-ass local non-profits. St-Laurent & Rachel, 5 p.m.

Sure, FIFA’s rep has hit an all-time low, but that doesn’t change the fact that there’s some righteous soccer happening at the Women’s World Cup. Today, Canada plays the Netherlands at the Big O. 4141 Pierre-de-Coubertin, 7 p.m., $20–$95 (buy tickets here)

Benny and Josh Safdie’s compelling docu-drama about New York junkies Heaven Knows What begins a six-day run at the Phi Centre. See our review and the film’s trailer here. 407 St-Pierre, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., $11.25/$9.25 students & seniors

Divan Orange is the site of the annual Next Music From Tokyo showcase, an eclectic roster of fresh bands from Japan: OWARIKARA, mothercoat, otori, PENs+ and Atlantis Airport. 4234 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $10/$15

Salon Officiel is the site of Bad Moon Mondays, DJ L’Oeil Boivin’s weekly dose of post-punk, funk, new wave, electro, krautrock and Italodisco. 351 Roy E., 10 p.m., free

Bilingual Montreal rappers Dead Obies play a free show as part of the FrancoFolies festival, at the La Presse stage. Clark & de Maisonneuve, 11 p.m., free
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