Here are 10 events happening in McKinney in May and June.

An Evening with Mike Farris

Artist Mike Farris will perform a mix of gospel and rock 'n' roll along with anecdotes about life and experiences.Wetland Canoe Trails

Experience wetland vegetation and wildlife while learning about the history and basics of wetland ecology. The event includes a safety and canoeing introduction, and participants will spend about 40 minutes on a guided trail, followed by a chance to explore on their own. All canoe and safety equipment is provided.Gustav Holst: 'The Planets'

The McKinney Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Gustov Holst’s "The Planets." The show will blend professional and aspiring musicians showcasing their skills in this collaboration concert, featuring seven movements conveying the astrological character of each planet in our solar system.McKinney Main Street & MPAC Presents: Jax Hollow

Musician Jax Hollow will perform her blend of classic rock, blues and Americana at the Courtroom Theater.Trinity Falls Trail Day 5K

This event is meant to encourage people to discover their local trails and celebrate the outdoors. The race will route participants around the Trinity Falls community and along the 350-acre natural park.Millhouse MuralFest

MuralFest is returning to showcase local and regional artists. The event will include live music as well as food and drinks.KHYI's 28th Annual Texas Music Revolution

The Texas Music Revolution returns to McKinney. The Friday lineup includes Lukas Nelson, Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Angel White, and more. Saturday’s lineup includes music from Lyle Lovett, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Lola Kirke and more.Downtown McKinney Craft Beer Walk

Participants will have the opportunity to check out local businesses while sipping craft beer. Each participant starts with a Craft Beer Walk and a map directing them to sampling locations.Juneteenth celebration

Attendees can expect a day of cultural experiences, learning and fun for the entire family. The event will feature vendors, performers, a kids zone and more.King George

George Strait tribute artist King George will perform at Hub 121. Attendees are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets, but outside food and drink are not permitted.