Friday, Nov. 20

* OldWIG vintage sale
* Persue art/Naive Melodie clothing launch at Artgang
* Brunch Club comedy presents James Davis
* Keb rappers Loud Lary Ajust play Metropolis
* Orchestral rock OGs the Dears play le Fairmount
* Singer/producer Foxtrott launches a record at Phi Centre


Persue’s Bunny Kitty

The OldWIG vintage sale returns for three festive days of pre-Christmas fun with dozens of vintage vendors, workshops, DJs, snacks and drinks plus some special surprises at Bain Mathieu. 2915 Ontario E., Friday 5–9 p.m., Sat–Sun 12–5 p.m., free

Head to Artgang this evening for the vernissage of the exhibition The Origins of Bunny Kitty by California-based street artist and illustrator Persue, which doubles as the launch of a new clothing collection produced for Naive Melodie, the monthly party series that raises funds for Haiti support organization Kanpe, spearheaded by Régine Chassagne and Win Butler of Arcade Fire. 6524 St-Hubert, 5–7 p.m., free

On the comedy tip, the Brunch Club’s monthly showcase presents James Davis, whose stand-up career springs from work as a comedy writer (James Corden) and actor (Real Husbands of Hollywood, HBO Canada’s Funny As Hell) and Internet sensation. Opening is local comic Eddy King. Davis and King will perform a second show at the same time and location on Saturday. ComedyWorks (1238 Bishop), 8 p.m., $15

Keb rappers Loud Lary Ajust play their biggest Montreal show yet as part of M, wrapping their Blue Volvo album cycle in style at Metropolis, with openers Eman x VLooper, Jazz Cartier and Bizzarh. 59 Ste-Catherine E., 8 p.m., $23

The M for Montreal moves into high gear tonight, with 16 shows to choose from. Among them is the Dears, Montreal’s OGs of the orchestral rock experience, playing their first show since launching their latest album Times Infinity at the Phi Centre back in September. Théâtre Fairmount (5240 Parc), 8:30 p.m., $25/$28

Also playing M is Montreal singer, songwriter and producer Foxtrott, who’s launching her debut album, A Taller Us, at the Phi Centre. 407 St-Pierre, 9 p.m., $18.75