At their meeting last night, Plano City Council members approved funding for the Texas Music Revolution, which will be held Friday and Saturday of Easter Weekend, March 25–26, 2016 at Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve.

The Texas Music Revolution, produced by local radio station KHYI 95.3 is heading into its 20th year. The event had previously been hosted at Southfork Ranch. KHYI wanted to secure a location that would allow the event to grow. Two stages, one at the Oak Point Amphitheater, the other at the special events field off Spring Creek Parkway will be used.

The Council approved a five-year agreement with renewal options. The radio station will receive a cash advance of $100,000 annually under this agreement along with up to $85,000 of in-kind City services. The City will be responsible for food, beverage, and parking. KHYI will handle all other logistics.

This is an event with a solid track record and history. KHYI will provide an opportunity for the City to recover, partially or completely our investment in the event. Tickets are expected to go on sale around the beginning of 2016. Information will be updated at

Texas Music Revolution

When: March 25–26, 2016

Where: Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve, Plano

More details coming soon!

City of Plano

Plano, Texas, is the largest city in Collin County with a population of 271,140 as of January 2015. Incorporated in 1873, the city is located 20 miles north of Dallas. Plano was recently named the third...