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A Li’l Andy Christmas Special, livestreams by the Opéra de Montréal, 311 and Lil Brain, Cinéma Moderne online and more.

Friday, Dec. 24

Stream the Country Classics Christmas Special, which first aired on McGill’s CKUT FM radio station, curated by Montreal’s own Li’l Andy. Online, free

Li’l Andy is home for the holidays. Stream the Montreal musician’s Christmas radio show.

Caberet Berlin hosts the Yuletide edition of Lunatic Fridays, Nightmare B4 XMas, a Twitch livestream promising post-punk, new wave, dark wave, cold wave and alternative tunes from DJ Davidé and visuals by VJ Bunnyguts. Online, 8 p.m., free, tips welcome

DJ Davidé spins at Cabert Berlin’s holiday livestream.

Cinéma Moderne offers a strong selection of film rentals including The August Virgin and the Academy Award-winning The Father. Online, $8

Cinema En Linge keeps Cinema Moderne’s stellar programming alive and well online.

Saturday, Dec. 25

The Opéra de Montréal presents The Mixtape, a free webcast available until Jan. 2. Online, free

The Opéra de Montréal offers a free stream of The Mixtape.

Lil Brain, the “first rap robot,” headlines an online concert. Virtual, 3 p.m., free

“Rap robot” Lil Brain performs online.

Sunday, Dec. 26

Whether you’re a casual tournaments-only soccer fan, someone who’s missing hockey and craving competitive excitement or need an excuse to watch men running around in shorts for the better part of the day, the Premier League Boxing Day bonanza promises four hours of football (reduced from seven due to the postponement of three matches). The catch: You may need to sign up to DAZN to watch it, or explore other streaming alternatives.

Premier League soccer gets massive for Boxing Day.

Cali rockers 311 stream their Chula Vista concert on YouTube. Online, 9 p.m., free

311 have got you covered for a Sunday Funday.

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