With over 90 bands and 20 stages, this year's KHYI’s Texas Music Revolution in McKinney promises to be one of the best ones yet. 

The two-day festival is June 3-4 in Historic Downtown McKinney. 

Ticket prices are pretty reasonable for it being such a big show. A one-day pass is $45, and this gets you in the festival park at start time and gives you all day access to either Friday or Saturday.

If you want to attend both days, a weekend pass is available for $75. If you are looking for that VIP experience the VIP weekend pass is $249. Click here to buy tickets.

Friday headliner is Wade Bowen, who is an American Texas Country/Red Dirt singer from Waco. He started off in the West 84 band which turned into Wade Bowen and West 84. He has lots of Texas hits. To learn more about Wade Bowen click here.

Saturday headliner is Old Crow Medicine Show, an American string band based in Nashville. They have played at top performing stages and received a Grammy for their 2014 Folk Album, Remedy. To learn more about Old Crow Medicine Show click here.

Other big names on Saturday include Hayes Carll, Junior Brown, and Kaitlin Butts.

Click here for photos of last year's show and more information on the concerts.

Other big names on Friday include Jack Ingram, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and Summer Dean.

Saturday headliner is Old Crow Medicine Show, an American string band based in Nashville. They have played at top performing stages and received a Grammy for their 2014 Folk Album, Remedy. To learn more about Old Crow Medicine Show click here.

Other big names on Saturday include Hayes Carll, Junior Brown, and Kaitlin Butts.