The best free shows and worthwhile investments at the FrancoFolies music festival.
Listen to the best tunes made in Montreal this year.
Graffiti expos, a visionary and surrealist art group show, VIVA! Art Action, Le Mois de la Photo wraps and much more.
We spoke to the Québécois pop singer-songwriter about his new record, his musical quest and the nagging feeling that he needs to get a real job.
Our series on vintage Montreal-shot movies continues with this 2002 heist oddity, with local character actors and low-grade stars aplenty.
Read the new edition of the Rant Line!
Pick up some discount threads and support a slew of local designers and stores, including Josiane Perron, Aquaovo, Atelier B and C comme ça. Atelier B (5758 St-Laurent), noon–8 p.m.
See Zero/Mystery general Jamie Thomas and his army of skate soldiers do damage to Montreal’s true DIY skate park. Projet 45 (8931 Papineau), 6 p.m., free
Get your Japaenese on care of Ciné-Asie, hosting a David’s Tea tasting, origami workshop, film flea market, screening of Katsuhito Ishii’s The Taste of Tea and J-pop dance party. La Elástica (4602 St-Laurent, 3rd floor), 6 p.m., $5/$7
See a free outdoor performance by the one and only Jean Leloup. Vidéotron stage (Jeanne-Mance & de Maisonneuve), Place des Festivals, 9 p.m.
Get your groove, or, if you’d prefer, your rap nerd on with NOYL, VJ Push 1 Stop and Archibald Singleton at Club MEG. Divan Orange (4234 St-Laurent), midnight, $5