What to do in Montreal today Oscar Isaac Denis Villeneuve

What to do in Montreal today

The top events in Montreal, daily.

This city is never short of cool events. Here’s what to do in Montreal today.

What to do in Montreal today

Monday, Aug. 8

The first round of the National Bank Open tennis tournament begins at Stade IGA in Jarry Park. 12–10 p.m. (or later), $39–$112

Montreal jazz band the Matt Franceschini Trio play le Petit Marché, with openers Leighton Harrell and Valérie Lacombe. 5035 St-Denis, 5–7 p.m., free

“A compelling cultural and political exploration of the feminist and anticolonial dimensions of antifascism” is happening in Montreal tonight, at the Concordia adjacent space le Frigo Vert. 1440 Mackay, 6 p.m.

Montreal stand-up comic Vance Michel hosts The World’s Smallest Comedy Night at Hurley’s Irish Pub. 1225 Crescent, 8 p.m., free

Montreal indie-folk band RedFox play Saint-Henri venue le Basement with opener Erik Fines. Secret address on Notre-Dame W., 8 p.m., $10

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