It’s day four of the Euro Cup soccer tournament, and there’s no better place in this city to watch Italy’s first game (at 3 p.m.) than Little Italy. For an old-school vibe, try Caffè Italia; for a more modern sports-bar, Uncle Pete’s is about a block north.
Mural Fest continues with Meat the Street, a series of events launching clothing and screen-print collaborations between local clothing label le Cartel and a different visual artist every month. This third edition, featuring music by Boom Box and Music Is Our Sanctuary, showcases French street artist Grems. 3527 St-Laurent, 5 p.m., $10
On this second night of Bifteck’s four-night comedy festival, host and resident comic Kris Dulgar will introduce headliners Matt Ruby and Chuggo (yes, that Chuggo) as well as Samson Cooperman, Tatyana Läh, Melina Maria Trimarchi, Thomas Leblanc and Shanil Patel. 3702 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., $5 (at the door only)
Le Ritz screens ’90s sci-fi classic The Matrix, opening up the space to take-out/ordering-in/BYO food and offering drink specials (as always), as well as encouraging cosplay with the promise of free Guru to whoever is deemed best-dressed. 179 Jean-Talon W., 9 p.m., $1–$5 suggested donation
Temperatures will be up but rain may be a thing — in any case conditions are likely to be better for an outdoor show than the weekend we just had, and that’s good news for hip hop fans who want to catch the antics of les Anticipateurs at FrancoFolies. La Presse stage (Clark & de Montigny), 11 p.m., free