Wednesday, March 7

* Vernissage for group exhibition Who Speaks?
* Benefit show for NGO Québec contre les violences sexuelles
* Tout ce qui va revient
* “Weird Al” Yankovic with Emo Phillips
* Tune-Yards

From Tout ce qui va revient

As part of Montreal’s Digital Spring (which launches officially later this month), Concordia’s Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery hosts a vernissage for the group exhibition Who Speaks? featuring videos, photos and conceptual installations from seven artists including Jo-Anne Balcaen, Raymond Boisjoly, Moyra Davey, Suzy Lake and more. 1400 de Maisonneuve W., 5:30–7:30 p.m., free

A day ahead of International Women’s Day, NGO Québec contre les violences sexuelles holds a benefit show called Consensus at Club Soda with a solid line-up of performers including Dear Criminals, Elisapie, Karim Ouellet, La Bronze and Safia Nolin. 1225 St-Laurent, 8 p.m., $44.50/$21 students

Montreal choreographer Catherine Gaudet brings a trio of solo works to the stage at La Chapelle with the suite Tout ce qui va revient, exploring the tense relationship between performer and audience as interpreted by dancers Clara Furey, Louise Bédard and Sarah Dell’Ava. 3700 St-Dominique, 8 p.m., $33.50/$28.50 reduced, continues through March 15

Legendary musical parodist “Weird Al” Yankovic returns to Montreal to play Place des Arts with opener and fellow 1980s pop culture icon Emo Phillips opening. Théâtre Maisonneuve (175 Ste-Catherine W.), 8 p.m., $54.75–$86.25

Oakland indie dance act Tune-Yards play Théâtre Corona Virgin Mobile. See our interview with the duo’s singer-songwriter Merrill Garbus here. 2490 Notre-Dame W., 8 p.m., $29/$32

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