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Pharrell Williams Launches SOMETHING IN THE WATER Art, Culture And Music Festival Celebrating Virginia Beach

SOMETHING IN THE WATER April 26, 27, and 28

When: April 26, 27, and 28, 2019

SOURCE: Live Nation Entertainment - Read the full Press Release

The first annual SOMETHING IN THE WATER is produced by Live Nation. The stage will be set on the beach and will feature weekend performances by Pharrell and friends, Travis Scott, Migos, Dave Matthews Band, Missy Elliott, J Balvin, Janelle Monae, SZA, Lil Uzi Vert, Diplo, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Pusha T, Kaytranada, Ferg, Jhené Aiko, Rosalía, Maggie Rogers, Mac DeMarco, Masego, Virgil Abloh, DRAM, Leikeli47, Jaden Smith, Radiant Children, John-Robert and more.

On April 26, 27 & 28 musicians, personalities, scholars, students, artists, activists and athletes will converge on Virginia Beach to activate and amplify, collaborate and co-author, shift and shape the future. Other cultural activations will include moments with Deepak Chopra and Geoffrey Canada, as well as a Pop-Up Church Service and TRAP Karaoke.

Pharrell is working hand in hand with the city of Virginia Beach to create a weekend celebrating the beauty and diversity of Virginia Beach with a 3-day experience encapsulating music, education, sports, art and culture, health and wellness and more. Encompassing the Convention Center, Vibe Arts District, a stretch of Atlantic Ave and the beach, the weekend will have something for everyone, and all ages. SOMETHING IN THE WATER signals to the community that global brands and some of the world's brightest, most creative and gifted minds are showing up for them.

Tickets for the first ever SOMETHING IN THE WATER are on sale now at SOMETHINGINTHEWATER.COM

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