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If the Olympics produced nothing else good, at least they gave us this video of a horse dancing to Grammy award winning 1999 hit “Smooth” by Santanta, featuring Rob Thomas of Matchbox Twenty.

And if we here at Central Track have produced no other good content in our four-and-a-half-year existence, at least we’ve consistently given you plenty of good options on how to spend your time in Dallas every single day we’ve been around. Today is no different. — Cory Graves

Volbeat at The Bomb Factory
Some Grammy nominated Swedish metal (Volbeate) mixed with some good ol’ American headbangers (Killswitch Engage), pit at your own peril. — Sidney Johnson

A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder at Winspear Opera House
Have you ever been in a situation where you were the heir to a vast fortune and the only thing stopping you was your pesky family members? No? Well Monty is, and he’s willing to cheat and kill to get it, all the while juggling a few chicks on the side. Sounds like a regular Saturday on this side. This play runs through the 28th. — SJ

Thousand Foot Crutch at Trees
Just fresh off its second consecutive Hard Rock No. 1 and Billboard Top 10 album with the experimental OXYGEN: INHALE, Thousand Foot Krutch is back with the ear splitting companion album EXHALE. The album is filled to the brim with towering rock hooks, making the band’s upcoming Trees performance a bona fide call to arms. — Calvin Cashen

War Dogs at Alamo Drafthouse (Richardson)
War Dogs is an upcoming action drama starring Jonah Hill and Miles Teller. The film, to be quite frank, is the true story about two douchebag biz bros who supply weapons to U.S. allies in Afghanistan without stepping on the field a single time. The Alamo Drafthouse Richardson location will live stream the movie just a few days ahead of its public release, along with at Q&A. — CC

Hot Jazz for Hot Nights at Pocket Sandwich Theatre
Hot summer nights got you down? Pocket Sandwich Theatre is cooking up something even hotter; a concert highlighting gems and forgotten relics from the late ’20s and ’30s. Laying down these hot jams is a 17-piece orchestra band. — CC

The Boxmasters at Texan Theatre (Greenville)
The Boxmasters’ latest record was one of Rolling Stones‘ favorite country albums of 2015. So you can get why they get a little pissed when they’re referred to as Billy Bob Thornton’s vanity project. In fact, Thornton doesn’t even like to talk about his acting career when doing interviews about The Boxmasters. Gotta keep ’em separated. — CG

Harry Potter Trivia at Flying Saucer
Gather round ye muggles, Harry Potter trivia night is the place to be. You don’t need a degree in the dark arts or to possess any sort of magical ability to play, just pure book knowledge. — CC

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