Tuesday, June 21

* Euro Cup games double up
* National Aboriginal Day celebration
* Loopkin vernissage
* Printemps Numérique closing party
* Island Frequencies presents Analog Revival
* The Ladies & Gentlemen Comedy Show, cheese edition


Sports fans! In this third round of the Euro Cup, games are happening simultaneously — today it’s Ukraine v Poland and Northern Ireland v Germany at noon, and Czech Republic v Turkey and Spain v Croatia at 3 p.m. If you’re looking for a place to maximize your viewing experience, the Ye Olde Orchard pub in NDG is screening both games simultaneously (with the volume up on one game at a time), and a seat in the front room ensures that you can keep an eye on both screens. 5563 Monkland, 514-484-1569

Today is Canada’s 20th annual National Aboriginal Day and a day-long celebration will be taking place at Cabot Square with performances by the Buffalo Hat Singers, Beatrice Deer, Twin Flames and more, plus workshops, games, tasty treats and lots of other activities. Ste-Catherine & Atwater, 3–9 p.m., free

Studio Béluga’s Art-Up series hosts a vernissage for a new exhibition by French-born illustrator and street artist Loopkin at Théâtre Sainte Catherine, highlighting the artist’s doodle-influenced style and trademark skulls. 264 Ste-Catherine E., 5–8 p.m., free

Head to the SAT for a free party to close out this year’s edition of digital arts fest Printemps Numérique, with music by Jay London, Mexican delights from the Mi Corazon food truck, virtual reality experiences with Imagine360, 3D printing demos from Lezar3D, light painting in a geodesic dome from DIX au carré and more. 1201 St-Laurent, 5–9 p.m., free

Island Frequencies brings a big line-up to la Sala Rossa for an Analog Revival night with minimal techno sounds by DJ Carmen, Softcoresoft, Temple Volant, Cop Car Bonfire, Klondike, Audio Architect Ura and Riohv. 4848 St-Laurent, 7 p.m., $10/no one turned away

This week’s edition of the Ladies & Gentlemen Comedy Show at Shaika Café has a pretty special theme: cheese, all things cheese, from blue to brie. Comics include Emma Wilkie, Cameron Phoenix, Dion Owen, Viveth BigEar Kanagaratnam and Olivia Shepson. 5526 Sherbrooke W., 9 p.m., free

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