Organizers of Western Days festival in Lewisville have announced headlining music acts for next month's event.
The Turnpike Troubadours and Randy Rogers Band will top the bill at Western Days, scheduled for Sept. 29-30 in Old Town Lewisville.
Turnpike Troubadours is an Oklahoma quintet that puts Red Dirt rock and country in an old-fashioned paint can shaker. Randy Rogers Band is a Texas country music outfit. The two-day festival will feature a full day of music.
On Friday, Sept. 29, attendees can check out Cordovas, Dalton Domino, Justin Mason, Bidi Bidi Banda, Roadside Libby and Carolyn Wonderland.
On Saturday, Sept. 30, attendees can hear Kelly Willis, Tejas Brothers, Mark McKinney, Mike Ryan, Fiddle Rascals, Gibbonses, Texas Blues Crew, Milton Patton, Crystal Yates, Curtis Grimes, Havana NRG and a second performance by Carolyn Wonderland.
The festival will also feature the 13th annual World Tamale Eating Championship. Gates will open at 5 p.m. Sept. 29 and at 10 a.m. Sept. 30.
Free tickets can be downloaded and printed at LewisvilleWesternDays.com. Free tickets can only be used through 7 p.m. each night. After 7 p.m., admission costs $10 for everyone except children under 10.
FEATURED PHOTO: Geoffrey Hill, Randy Rogers and Brady Black of the Randy Rogers Band perform in 2015 in Dallas. The Randy Rogers Band is headed to Lewisville's Western Days next month. (Ron Baselice/Dallas Morning News file photo)