Sunday, Sept. 6

* Day 2 of YUL Eat festival in the Old Port
* Red Bull soapbox derby at Square Victoria
* Never Apart hosts Day Play party #3
* McGill’s Rad Frosh screens Born in Flames at Jarry Park
* End of the Weak rap battle world championship final at le Belmont
* Glam Gam Productions presents Greasy! at Café Cleopatra

It’s day two of foodie fest YUL.EAT in the Old Port, featuring workshops, demos, tastings, masterclasses and meet & greets with chefs, and wrapping up in the evening with a free concert by mighty showman Rich Aucoin, opened by John Jacob Magistery and DJ Matt Cerf. Quai d’Horloge, 11 a.m.–11 p.m., free with some paid events

It’s a day at the races at Square Victoria, where Red Bull is hosting a soapbox derby with dozens of teams racing their homemade non-motorized vehicles downhill as fast as they can for a shot at glory. With teams proposing cars like Bacon Nascar, Hell Banana and a replica of the Ghostbusters’ Ecto-1, this is guaranteed to be a spectacle for the ages. Square Victoria, 1 p.m., free

Hang out in the friendly atmosphere of Mile Ex arts & cultural space Never Apart as they throw open the doors for their third Day Play party, with DJ sets from Blue Hawaii and Project Pablo. Bring your swimsuit to take a dip in the backyard garden pool, or chill out in the one-of-a-kind Moon Room. 7049 St-Urbain, 3–9 p.m., $10

Bicycle-powered outdoor film projection group Cinema Out of the Box teams up with McGill’s Rad Frosh to screen 1983’s feminist science-fiction dystopian political thriller Born in Flames at Jarry Park. Jarry Park, check event link for exact location, 8 p.m., free

Montreal welcomes the world championship finals of global rap battle End of the Weak at le Belmont, with rappers on hand from France, Belgium, Switzerland, the U.S., U.K., South Africa and the Czech Republic, and of course our own rap champion Monk.E. 4483 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $11

Glam Gam Productions presents Greasy!, a new take on the classic high-school love story of good girl gone bad at Café Cleopatra for one night only, pushing the story to its raunchiest limits while queering up the traditional gender dynamics — and all produced in the greased lightning speed of just 24 hours. 1230 St-Laurent, 10 p.m., $15/$12 students