What to do this weekend: Top entertainment picks – July 14

GREENFIELD — Doors open at 6 p.m. July 16 to a rock concert at the H. J. Ricks Centre for the Arts, 122 W. Main St. Featured bands include Vices to Veils, In Vein, Velaina, From Cities Above, Pathos and Start the Epidemic. Tickets are $8.

INDIANAPOLIS — The Road Show for Rhinos will feature music, film and speakers for the conservation of African wildlife at 8 p.m. July 22 at the Sanctuary on Penn, 701 N. Pennsylvania. Admission is $10. Activities include a song-writing competition, a silent auction and food and adult beverages for sale. For more information, visit roadshowforrhinos.com.

NASHVILLE — The stand-up comedy event, Barney Fife Fully Loaded, features Michael J. and Joey I.L.O. performing the antics of Barney Fife and original stand-up routines at 7:30 July 16 at the Brown County Playhouse, 70 S. Van Buren St. . Tickets are $22.50. Visit browncounty playhouse.org for more information.

BENNINGTON — The 25th annual Salt Creek Sun Dance will be held July 16 to 23. The Sun Dance is a traditional Native American ceremony to honor the Great Spirit through song and prayer. “Tree Day” is July 19; “Healing Day” is July 22. In addition to the Sun Dance, a ceremony to honor veterans, police officers and members of the armed forces will be held July 23. Camping is available on the grounds at 3407 Mexico Ridge Rd. For more information, contact ceremonial intercessor Chief Steve McCullough at 812-201-066.