The Weeknd is one of the performers that are confirmed to headline this year's Outside Lands Festival. The shows will take place Aug. 10 to Aug. 12.

Other performers include Florence and the Machine, Janet Jackson, Future, Beck, Carly Rae Jepsen, Jamie xx, N.E.R.D., Chvrches, Bon Iver, Portugal. The Man, Huey Lewis & The News, Father John Misty, and more.

The Outside Lands Festival will be held at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. The songs that will be featured in the show include hip-hop, EDM, country, and more.

Tickets will be available via the festival's website on Thursday, April 5.

Is Selena Gomez Upset At The Weeknd?

Meanwhile, other than his upcoming summer show, The Weeknd also made headlines after a source claimed that his ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez, was not very pleased with his new song "Call Out My Name." Some fans are convinced that the track was about Gomez.

"Selena is relieved she never did a collab with her ex, Abel [The Weeknd]. After his latest diss track, she feels pretty burdened by him right now, and she questions the sincerity of his love and their relationship. Selena is grateful they never released some of the ideas they had tossed around for the track together. She is disappointed at his level of pettiness and is glad she doesn't have a big hit song with him to remind her of their relationship," said the source.

The Weeknd and Gomez dated for 10 months, but they split in October of last year. Prior to their breakup, Gomez started hanging out with Justin Bieber again. In November, Gomez gushed over her ex-boyfriend and said that they have decided to remain good friends.

"Something that I'm really proud of is that there's such a true friendship [between us]. I truly have never experienced anything like that in my life. We ended it as best friends, and it was genuinely about encouraging and caring [for each other], and that was pretty remarkable for me," said Gomez.

The Weeknd's 'My Dear Melancholy' Album

In related news, The Weeknd also released his newest album My Dear Melancholy on March 30. The compilation only contains a total of six songs, namely "Try Me," "Wasted Times," "I Was Never There," "Call Out My Name," "Hurt You," and "Privilege."

Multiple publications reviewed The Weeknd's latest album and said that it is a breakup compilation.