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Dubfire at Piknic in Montreal and more

Iranian-American minimal techno DJ Ali Shirazinia (stage name Dubfire) headlines at the second Piknic Électronik event of the long weekend In Montreal. Local acts Johnny Trika and V.RO will be opening. Here’s hoping the weather holds. Plaine des Jeux (île Ste-Hélène, ie. Parc Jean-Drapeau), 2 p.m., $16/$18.50

Urban rooftop farm la Ligne Verte in Montreal is having a seedling sale, where a wide variety of vegetables, including many heritage varieties, will be available. IGA Extra Famille Duchemin (5600 Henri-Bourassa W., on the roof), 9 a.m.

Villeray Café Oui Mais Non in Montreal is holding a garage sale with free hotdogs this afternoon. If you’re doing some spring cleaning (and specifically decluttering), you can also bring your stuff and a table to sell it on. 72 Jarry E., 1 p.m.

Rain or shine, the indoor closing show for this weekend’s Porchfest is going down at the St-Raymond Community Centre in Montreal, featuring Aliah Guerra’s jazz/neo-soul, Question Paradise’s post-rock, “downhome acoustic party music” by Eddy Blake and friends and what’s certain to be some solid selections by DJ Paul Cargnello. 5600 Upper Lachine, 5–7 p.m., price unlisted

Erica Taddeo hosts and John St. Godard headlines the holiday Monday edition of Blue Dog’s weekly comedy show There’s Something Funny Going On in Montreal. See the full line-up here. 3958 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., PWYC, free snacks & drink specials

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You can also check our Listings for more Montreal events in nightlife, and things to do. Similarly, for more concert recommendations, see the latest  edition of Hammer of the Mods.

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