Friday, Feb. 23

* Last chance to see Hidden Dimensions in the Satosphere
* Le Grand Rendez-vous des rythmes du monde
* LiL Pocket opens with Illusive Sympathy
* Strange Froots at benefit for le Centre des Femmes
* Blue Hawaii DJ set

Strange Froots. Photo by @perfectxclipse

Today is your last chance to get a double dose of audiovisual experience in the Satosphere dome with Hidden Dimensions (Teresa Carrasco’s electroacoustic work in the dark) and NAscent (spatial hypercompositions by Vergil Sharkya and Push 1 Stop). 1201 St-Laurent, Tuesdays through Fridays, $19.75

Montreal multicultural non-profit Vision Diversité hosts Le Grand Rendez-vous des rythmes du monde, a free, two-day world music showcase at Place des Arts with performances from a diverse line-up of artists, opening today with Monsieur Raph, Shnock & Shanti and Juliana & Jesse. 175 Ste-Catherine W., 4–6 p.m., free, continues Saturday

A brand-new artist run gallery, LiL Pocket, opens its doors for the first time in the heart of the Plateau this evening with a vernissage for Illusive Sympathy, a solo exhibition by street artist Cryote, displaying paintings, woodcuts and virtual and augmented reality artworks. 87 Mont-Royal W., 6 p.m.–midnight, free

Woke hip hop trio Strange Froots headlines a benefit show at la Vitrola tonight in support of le Centre des Femmes’s incest survivor program, where they’ll be joined by art-pop duo la Fièvre, singer/songwriter Stranger Familiar and ambient artist Fait Divers. 4602 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $10/NOTAFLOF

Party with Montreal duo Blue Hawaii, who’ll be doing a DJ set at the Femme à la Fontaine wine bar on St-Laurent. 6568 St-Laurent, 11 p.m., $10

For more music events, see our Event Listings. Art Listings can be found here.

For more concert recommendations, see this week’s edition of Hammer of the Mods.