Edmonton Events: Three to See includes Wilf Kozub, Night of the Demons and D.O.A.

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The Last Vibrations of Summer: “To me, my music is colourful and my paintings are musical,” says local renaissance man Wil Kozub — so it’s fitting he’s playing at his new retrospective art show at Trinity Gallery. Showing various artwork he’s made for his albums over a long career going back to 1984, Kozub will be joined on stage by guitarist Jamie Philp and Christine Hanson on cello. This is also an album release with the same name as the show, so it all fits together perfectly — and his cheerful visuals are always a delight to behold. Opening is 1-5 p.m. Saturday, music starts at 2 p.m.

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Wilf Kozub’s The Last Vibrations of Summer will be up at Trinity Gallery through Oct. 18. Photo by Wilf Kozub /supplied

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Details: Runs through Oct. 18 at Trinity Gallery (10037 84 Ave.), no charge

D.O.A.: Vancouver punk legends led by actual politician Joe Keithley return with their delightfully outspoken political opinions — see the updated song F—ed Up Donald as an example, originally a rant against Ronald Reagan. The band’s slogan is “talk minus action equals zero,” so expect to feel a sense of pure belonging if you keep shaking your head at the rats in charge these days. Isolated Earthlings and Plëzher open.

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Details: 8 p.m. at Starlite Room (10030 102 St.), $24.99 at starliteroom.ca

Night of the Demons (1988): Sherlock Holmes downtown has started a new series of screenings upstairs, starting with Ginger Snaps last week. Next up Sunday night, it’s Kevin S. Tenney’s classic supernatural horror film Night of the Demons, in which a group of teens throw a Halloween party inside an isolated funeral parlour. As you may have guessed, things get ugly in this cult classic. You can also mark your calendars for the Spooky Cartoon Brunch 12-3 p.m. next Saturday, kids welcome (though not to drink Guinness)! Trick R Treat and Halloween 3 follow on Oct. 22 and 29 at 7 p.m. Free popcorn, and trivia after, so come early for a good seat!

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Details: 7 p.m. Sunday at Sherlock Holmes Downtown (10012 101A Ave.), no charge

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