Saturday, Oct. 15

* Bazar Vintage Montreal
* Pierre Ayot retrospective
* Plants and Animals live
* Turbo Times fest wraps with Greys, Partner, Silver Dapple, Heathers
* RBMA and MUTEK present Turbo Crank


A reproduction of Pierre Ayot’s “La croix du mont Royal”

Periodic vintage goods event Bazar Vintage Montreal returns to Rosemont’s St-Jean Berchmans church with a wide selection of clothing, accessories, furniture, home decor, kitchen items, toys and other items from dozens of vendors for one day only. 5945 Cartier, 8 a.m.–4 p.m., free

A major retrospective of works by important Montreal artist Pierre Ayot (1943–1995) is underway at five different venues across town (including the large tipped cross you might have seen at the base of Mount Royal — a reproduction of a 1976 Ayot work) and today, three affiliated vernissages are taking place in the Belgo building for the exhibitions Push and Pull (Joyce Yahouda Gallery, #516), Res Ipsa Loquitur (Galerie B-312, #403) and Face à face (Galerie Graff, #216), 372 Ste-Catherine W., 3–6 p.m., free

Montreal rock trio Plants and Animals play a hometown show for the first time since releasing their latest, fourth album Waltzed in From the Rumbling. See our interview with them here. Théâtre Corona (2490 Notre-Dame W.), 8 p.m., $24.50/$27

Turbo Haüs closes out their four-day Turbo Times fest with a bang at tonight’s show featuring Toronto’s Greys, Sackville duo Partner and Montreal bands Silver Dapple and Heathers. 5011 Notre-Dame W., 9 p.m., $13/$10 in advance

The Red Bull Music Academy and MUTEK co-present the return of once monthly parties known as Turbo Crunk. This blowout blast from the recent past (2006-2009) will reunite DJs such as Jacques Greene, LUNICE, ANGO, Machinedrum, Ghostbeard and Clams Casino. 6600/6610 Hutchison, 9 p.m.6 a.m., $15

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