Sunday, July 31

* Osheaga and afterparties
* First Nations day and Smiths night at Marché des Possibles
* Gham & Dafe 1st anniversary vernissage/BBQ
* Botanist record label picnic/show
* Carrie Fischer gala at Just for Laughs



And it’s the last day of Osheaga — a big one for the mega music fest at Parc Jean-Drapeau, with Radiohead headlining, Grimes, M83, Disclosure, Mac Miller, Dead Obies, Leon Bridges and le Matos. Of course the festival is sold out, but if you’re desperate and have a few hundred bucks to spend, a scalper outside Parc Jean-Drapeau metro can help you out.

The afternoon music program at Mile End’s party park Marché des Possibles begins with a First Nations celebration with Timothy Armstrong, Barbara Diabo, Daybi and Beatrice Deer performing between 1 and 3 p.m., and a Smiths quiz presented by the Music’s Mitosis podcast followed by a performance by local Smiths cover the Smiffs (who are pretty great, we can attest). See the full programming (including morning fitness classes and a list of vendors) here. 5635 St-Dominique, 1:30–8 p.m., free

To celebrate their first anniversary, Hochelaga art gallery Gham & Dafe has organized a BBQ-themed exhibition created by invited artists in a four-day workshop. See the results at the vernissage, which doubles as a BYOB BBQ. 3425 Ste-Catherine E., 2–9 p.m., free

Join brand-new record label Botanist for a free vegan picnic under the Van Horne overpass today, with performances from label talent Ksamu and Charles White. Casgrain & Rosemont, 3–6:30 p.m., free

It’s been a huge weekend for Just for Laughs, but the comedy fest isn’t over yet. The Carrie Fischer gala promises a monologue by the Princess Leia actress/famous alcoholic and sets by comics including Brian Posehn, Ronny Chieng and Jim Norton. Place des Arts’s Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, 175 Ste-Catherine W., 7 p.m., $33.89–$100.51

Among the Osheaga afterparties tonight are DJ sets by Disclosure (New City Gas, 950 Ottawa, 10 p.m., price unknown, only VIP tickets remain), Foals (le Fairmount, 5240 Parc, 10 p.m., $23.50/$27) and Synapson (Newspeak, 1403 Ste-Elisabeth, 10 p.m., $15).

See our reviews of films screening at the Fantasia film festival today here.

See our Event Listings for more concert, nightlife, theatre, comedy and community event options. See our Art Listings here.