• "Melodic hardcore" band Taking Back Sunday marks its 10th anniversary with a complete performance of their debut album "Tell All Your Friends," at In the Venue, 219 W. 600 South, Salt Lake City. Show starts at 6:30. Tickets are $25, available at Smith’s Tix and 24Tix.
• A screening of Tod Browning’s infamous 1932 horror film "Freaks," and a presentation by author Angela Smith of her new book "Hideous Progeny: Disability, Eugenics and Classic Horror Film," will happen at the City Library auditorium, 210 E. 400 South, Salt Lake City. The event, part of the Utah Humanities Council’s 15th annual Book Festival, is free.
• Funk performers The Steve Kimock Band — featuring the legendary Bernie Worrell (Parliament-Funkadelic), Black Crowes bassist Andy Hess, and Timbuk 3 drummer Wally Ingram — plays The State Room, 638 S. State St., Salt Lake City. Opening act: Zach Deputy. Show starts at 8. Tickets are $25, at the venue’s website.
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