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Pharrell Announces the Launch of a Brand New Music Festival

Unlike the Fyre Festival, Pharrell Willams is promising a music festival that’ll actually happen.

Just this week, Williams announced news of a new three-day music fest, that’ll take place in his hometown of Virginia Beach. He’s calling it Something in the Water.

Expected to be in attendance are a number of prominent music artists like Missy Elliot, Jhene Aiko, Lil Uzi Vert, Pusha T, SZA, Janelle Monae, J balvin and more. Also, Williams is debuting the fest sooner than later. On an Instagram account created for Something in the Water, there’s a post that details at the fests arrival happening no later than May. Williams is gunning to bring his first ever three-day music fest and cultural experience to the beach from April 26 to the 28. 

For any of those with an interest in attending, he also announces when tickets can be purchased. Starting March 8, tickets will be going on sale. If you know Pharrell than you know he’s always big in the world of creation. He and Adidas teamed up for NMD Hu Inspiration pack.

Something in the Water is being run by Live Nation.

Thoughts? Will you be convincing your friends to attend this concert? If so, who are you most excited to see perform? Share your thoughts below.

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