Something in the Water is back!
Pharrell’s music festival is returning to Virginia Beach on Apr 28 until 30, and fans better get their coin ready because this year’s lineup is insane.
Aside from Pharrell’s Phriends, Mumford & Sons, and Lil Wayne, Lil Yatchy, Machine Gun Kelly, Maren Morris, Summer Walker, Saucy Santana, Kid Cudi, and Skrillex will be performing at the highly anticipated music festival.
This three-day event will see performances from 100 Gecs, Amine, Arya Starr, Babyface Ray, Badnotgood, Black Serif, Chika, Clipse, Coi Leray, D4vd, Doechii, Feid, Flo, Flo Millo, Gigi, Grace Hines, Jay Pharoah, Jazmine Sullivan, Jessie Murph, Kamasi Washington, Kaycyy, Kaytaranada, Kehlani, Kenny Beats, and Kitty Ca$h.
Some of the big stars like Latoo, Lil Durk, Lil Uzi Vert, Masego, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Nle Choppa, Polo G, Remi Wolf, Riovaz, SWV, The Kid Laroi, Umi, Wale, Weston Estate, Wet Leg, Wu-Tan Clan, Yendry, and Yvngxchris will also be there.
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Something In The Water
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the music festival was launched by Pharrell himself back in 2009; it has since been celebrated annually by artists, bands, personalities, celebrities, and fans.
In recent years, there has been a small hiccup in the location of the music festival, and the reason is a mix of politics and Pharrell’s personal life.
Since the event was held in a city with the name Beach on it, Something in the Water seems like a pretty fitting name-except last year when the even had to be moved from Virginia Beach to Washington D.C. after the singer called the city “toxic,” and called the local government to improve its system within the city.
Pharrell, who hails from Virginia felt betrayed and disappointed by the local government’s handling of the shooting of his cousin, Donovon Lynch.
After the issue was settled, it was announced that Something in the Water was finally returning to the singer-slash-producer’s hometown.
“We’re excited to team up with Something in the Water, returning to a special place to Walmart, Virginia’s Hampton Roads, to help celebrate and empower this community we’re so proud to be a part of,” the statement read.
Where to Cop Tickets?
As per the Something in the Water website, fans can cop a three-day general admission ticket for $399 with additional fees.
Shuttle passes to the location for the three-day event were priced at $50 with fees as well. Check out everything about the music festival here.
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