Germany v France @ Olde Magoun’s Saloon
The Euro 2016 has been a footy up the arse of any soccer fan, especially the English, Spanish and Belgian, never mind the Dutch fan; those fuckers didn’t even make it! It’s also been a ride for the underdog with Iceland pushing through to the round of eight and the Welsh team making the final four. It doesn’t matter, though; the Germans will beat France, and they will beat whoever they play in the final. Drink the finest German lagers around and watch them get there.
Olde Magoun’s Saloon. 518 Medford St., Somerville. 3pm/all ages/FREE. magounssaloon.com
Happy Gilmore @ The Lawn on D
If you haven’t dragged your ass to a Lawn on D event, you’ve heard about it and felt like a loser for never going. Stop being a chooch and go. Downeast Cider presents Happy Gilmore on the big screen this Friday, and we couldn’t be chubbier. Complete with hockey sticks and golf clubs, the festivities promise to be a little silly and downright drunk. Or shall we say, Downeast drunk?
The Lawn on D. 420 D St., Boston. 6pm/all ages/FREE. twitter.com/lawnond
Zella Day @ The Sinclair
We need to be honest: We don’t know much about Zella Day beyond what we’ve read. That said, the Sinclair usually does a pretty solid job of turning us on to music we would otherwise never consider—or would miss out on whilst we drink our lives away. Thank you, Sinclair. Thank you very much! What we do know is that she’s on a headlining North American tour, made huge impressions at Coachella (to some, at least; “hypnotic” was the word), and is opening up for Fitz and the Tantrums and Michael Franti—and that you should check her out.
The Sinclair. 52 Church St., Cambridge. 7:30pm/21+/$16. sinclaircambridge.com
Namaste Yoga @ The ICA
Yoga! Yoga! Yoga! Join the folks at the ICA and PopUpAsana for a Sunday morning health kick all summer long. Starting at 9 am, this outdoor morning glory lovefest is perfect for beginners and experts, and open to all. You need to bring a mat, but the extra money you throw down for that will pay for itself in spades once your abs are ripped and your soul is cleansed. We love yoga at the Dig and encourage every drunk in town to take it up. This is a great time to not let us down.
ICA Boston. 100 Northern Ave., Boston. 9am/all ages/$20. icaboston.org
Grand Opening @ Dig Inn
Do we even need to tell you why this opening first caught our eye when we saw that the Manhattan staple was opening a Boston location, the first outside of its New York backyard? Aside from the amazingly cool name, this foodie joint that seeks to “democratize good” food should be a fresh face on the dining scene. With a full menu from breakfast through dinner and a commitment to locally sourced farms, we welcome the new Digster with open arms. So should you.
Dig Inn. 557 Boylston St., Boston. 7am/all ages/FREE. diginn.com
Cuisine & Confessions @ ArtsEmerson
You may have noticed that ArtsEmerson has stepped up its game in a big way over the last few years, bringing in more and more world-renowned productions and expanding its artsy footprint. Not that it wasn’t huge before, but you get the idea. With Cuisine and Confessions, the 7 Fingers from Montreal is making its American debut and the fourth in partnership with ArtsEmerson. Be prepared to feast your way through an exhibition of avante garde dance and a connective narrative with the audience.
Cutler Majestic Theatre. 219 Tremont St., Boston. 7:30pm/all ages/$25+. artsemerson.org