Sunday, May 29

* Free Museum Day
* Chasse-Galerie by 2fik at Place des Festivals
* Nostalgie Montreal market at Ruby Foo’s
* Radio programs broadcast from Kabinet
* Citizen Vintage studio sale
* Courtney Barnett plays Metropolis

Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett

The 30th edition of Free Museum Day offers gratis access to (and transport between) 41 museums and galleries in the city, courtesy of the Montreal Museums Society. To make it even easier to get around, the special access day happens to coincide with the first monthly Free Bixi Sunday, where you can take advantage of the city-wide bike-sharing service absolutely free all day long!

As part of performance arts festival FTA, gender-bending artist 2Fik is taking over the Place des Festivals for a three-day long recreation of the classic French-Canadian story of the Chasse-Galerie (the Flying Canoe), in which the characters must make a pact with the devil to achieve their goals. 2Fik will be transforming the public esplanade into a giant photo studio to embody and capture many different characters including men, women, Catholics, Arabs, Muslims and atheists. Place des Festivals, Jeanne-Mance & Ste-Catherine W., 8 a.m.–8 p.m., free

Head to Decarie’s Hotel Ruby Foo’s for the 2nd edition of Nostalgie Montreal, a day-long market of retro geek essentials from video games to action figures, comic books, vinyl records, VHS tapes and lots more. 7655 Décarie, 10 a.m.–5 p.m., $3

Montreal online radio broadcaster Radio takes over the terrasse at Kabinet for an Afternoon 2 Evening program of live music, DJ sets, coffee and cocktails and more with programs from the likes of Brunch Club, Banko Gotiti, Vic & Vince and DJ Sportswear. 92 Laurier W., 12 p.m.–1 a.m., free

Citizen Vintage hosts another edition of their popular Studio Sale, where they throw open the doors of their Mile End warehouse with everything available for $20 or less, including clothing and accessories for men and women. Get there early to beat the rush! 5333 Casgrain, #911, 1–5 p.m., free

Witty Australian garage rock singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett might not care if you go to the party, but you should probably still go see her show at Metropolis tonight. 59 Ste-Catherine E., 8 p.m., $32/$29 in advance

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