SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) --The 3-day Outside Lands festival is winding down Sunday night.
Police say it was actually pretty calm tonight compared to the first two days.
They arrested a man for climbing over a fence, but they say overall there have been fewer problems.
Tens of thousands of people were in the crowd to watch musical acts Jenny Lewis and Flume. Tonight, The Killers are wrapping up the festival.
Organizers say 200,000 people will have attended Outside Lands by tonight's end. This is the festival's seventh anniversary and fourth sell-out in a row.
People ABC7 News talked with were excited about the huge shows tonight, but were sad it marks the end of the event-filled weekend.
"It's just such a fun weekend. Everyone's just having fun. I love music. And then tomorrow I have to work at like 8 a.m. so it's not something to look forward to," Carly Curiel said.
Police arrested more people Sunday for selling fake tickets, though they haven't seen as many incidents as they saw the first two days.