Happy fans enjoyed a Twin Peaks stage performance on the second day of 2017’s Outside Lands.  (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

Happy fans enjoyed a Twin Peaks stage performance on the second day of 2017’s Outside Lands. (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

11th Outside Lands: Janet Jackson, Florence + The Machine and The Weeknd

Janet Jackson, Florence + The Machine and The Weeknd are headlining 11th Outside Lands, happening Aug. 10-12 in Golden Gate Park.

Also in the lineup are new acts including Sabrina Claudio, Kelela, Daniel Caesar and Tash Sultana and more, as well as crowd favorites and legacy stars such as Beck, Bon Iver, CHVRCHES and Huey Lewis & The News.

Among other featured performers will be: Portugal. The Man, N.E.R.D, James Blake, Jamie xx, Illenium, Mac DeMarco, Tycho, Father John Misty, Carly Rae Jepsen, Chromeo, The Internet, Jessie Ware, BØRNS, Gryffin, The Growlers, Tash Sultana, SOB X RBE, Big Gigantic, Broken Social Scene, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Daniel Caesar, Perfume Genius, GoldLink, Chicano Batman and Jessie Reyez.

And that’s just a portion of the lineup. To see the full roster, go to www.sfoutsidelands.com.

Three-day ticket packages — the prices haven’t been announced, but last year’s were $375 general or $795 VIP — go on sale at 10 a.m. April 5.

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