English indie rock band Florence + The Machine, heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne and Atlanta-based country act the Zac Brown Band will headline the 2015 Voodoo Music Experience.

The Halloween-timed music festival returns to City Park in New Orleans Oct. 30- Nov. 1.

Now in its 17th year, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience has become known for its eclectic, multi-genre line-up. This year’s festival will once again continue that tradition with a billing that includes top artists from the world of rock, hip-hop, metal, dance, indie, rap, alt-country and more.

Tickets (called credentials) are on sale now. Three-day VIP tickets are $500; general admission, $150. Also available are parking and shuttle passes, charging lockers (VIP) and lockers (general admission). For more info and to order tickets, go to worshipthemusic.com.

In addition to Florence + the Machine, also performing Friday will be:

Jack Ü, Modest Mouse, Alesso, Girl Talk, Jason Isbell, Gerard Way, Yelawolf, Destructo, Joey Badass and the Soul Rebels, The Joy Formidable, Ryan Bingham, Jauz, Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls, Salva, Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas, Wax Motif, Hundred Waters, Grizfolk, Flow Tribe, Dan Dyer, Hello Negro and St. Cecilia’s Asylum Chorus.

Osbourne’s Halloween night performance on Saturday will feature Geezer Butler, Tom Morello and Slash. Also performing on Saturday will be Jane’s Addiction, Santigold, Duke Dumont, Giorgio Moroder, Clutch, ZHU, Django Django, Lettuce, The Growlers, Babes in Toyland, Jacob Plant, Terence Blanchard featuring the E-Collective, Nina las Vegas, Fantastic Negrito, Joywave, The Struts, The Suffers, The Wans, Veridia, Mike Dillon’s Punk Rock Percussion Consortium, Mississippi Rail Company. Carmine P. Filthy & a Boy Named Ruth, and Kompression with Unicorn Fukr & Herb Christopher.

The Zac Brown Band leads the Sunday lineup, which also includes Deadmau5, Chance the Rapper, Eric Prydz, Slightly Stoopid, Third Eye Blind, The Cult, Tchami, Bro Safari, Fishbone, Title Fight, Dumpstaphunk, Elliphant, Mija, The Temperance Movement, Here Come the Mummies, July Talk, Rozzi Crane, Quickie Mart, Tysson, Baby Bee, The Ludlow Thieves and Babygirl.