Sunday, Sept. 13

* Last day of the Montreal Ukrainian Festival
* Grand Prix Cyclistes
* Quartiers Danses dance performances in Laurier Park
* Free screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window
* 5th anniversary of DJ Daddy Luv’s Records at Piknic Électronik
* Montreal stoner rock band Mountain Dust plays Turbo Haus
* Welsh alt-beat trio Until the Ribbon Breaks plays le Ritz


Ukrainian festival

Ukrainian Festival

It’s the last day of the annual Montreal Ukrainian Festival in Rosemont, a community gathering celebrating the food, dance, music, arts and crafts of the old country. Parc de l’Ukraine (Bellechasse & 12th Avenue), 10 a.m.–6:30 p.m.

Cyclisme enthusiasts and drivers with high blood pressure should be aware of the Grand Prix Cyclistes, which will get rolling up Parc Avenue from the Georges-Étienne Cartier Monument (aka TamTams) at 11 a.m., following this route and wrapping around mid-afternoon.

Head to Laurier Park to see dance performances presented by Quartiers Danses, featuring three works — two from Barcelona and Basque country-based dance troupes presenting fresh takes on traditional Basque dance styles, plus a Montreal duo presenting the award-winning mirror-like choreography of Elizabeth Suich’s Une ContreVérité / Urbanisée. Parc Laurier (Mentana & Laurier), 11:30 a.m., free

Cinéma Banque Scotia Montréal is marking the fifth anniversary of Cineplex by screening Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 classic Rear Window for free. 977 Ste-Catherine W., 12:55 p.m., free

We’d advise checking the event page around 1 p.m. in case Piknic Électronik decide on a rain check, but the party planned for Place de l’Homme today will mark the fifth anniversary of DJ Sweet Daddy Luv’s record label, making this a worthwhile destination. Luv will share the decks with Moonstarr, while the Moog Audio stage has DJs Three, Jesse Zotti and Konchenn b2b Alex Boneti. 1 Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, 2:309:30 p.m., $15/$10 before 3 p.m.

Montreal stoner rock band Mountain Dust is playing Turbo Haus alongside Blood Pheasant, Harris Hawk and Phatigue Kills. 5011 Notre-Dame W., 9 p.m., $10

On the other side of town, Welsh alt-beat trio Until the Ribbon Breaks is playing le Ritz with local opener Kroy. 179 Jean-Talon W., 9:30 p.m., $13