Tuesday, Aug. 2

* Cultural Tuesday online identity discussion
* An Evening With Miles Davis tribute show
* Free outdoor screening of international short films
* Halifax’s Heaven for Real launches a record in MTL
* Sackville, NB indie rock heroine Julie Doiron live

Miles Davis

Miles Davis

Artists Ed Fornieles and Matt Goerzen will take part in a panel discussion about online identity moderated by Loreta Lamargese at Arsenal’s Cultural Tuesday today, with special free access to the current exhibition I Think We Feel Bad. 2020 William, doors 5 p.m., talk 6 p.m., free

As part of Mayfair’s weekly live jazz event, the house musicians pay tribute to jazz’s “Prince of Darkness” at An Evening With Miles Davis. 451 Rachel E., sets at 7 and 9:15 p.m., kitchen open till 11 p.m., bar open till 3 a.m., free entry

Tonight’s edition of the SAT’s outdoor film screening series Cinéma urbain à la belle étoile features a collection of short films from around the world presented by Prends ça court!, including film fest selections from Quebec, USA, France, Belgium and more. Peace Park, 1201 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., free

Haligonian alt-rockers Heaven for Real launch their new album Kill Your Memory with a show at Casa with local openers Moss Lime, Guy Madonna and DJ Jackintosh. 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $7

More East Coast vibes are happening over at Bar le Ritz PDB, where heartstring-pulling songstress Julie Doiron headlines with support from Adrian Teacher and the Subs plus Construction & Deconstruction. 179 Jean-Talon W., 9:30 p.m., $15/$13 in advance

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