Pharrell Williams inaugural SOMETHING IN THE WATER celebrated a full Saturday of music on the beach featuring up and comers and musical icons. Pharrell headlined the evenings music portion with an all-star lineup of friends including Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg, Missy Elliott, Diddy, Usher, Busta Rhymes, Usher, Tyler, the Creator, Timbaland, N.E.R.D, Charlie Wilson and Fam-Lay. Travis Scott, SZA, J Balvin and Virgil Abloh performed to a roaring crowd, amped up following a lively performance from Ferg and DJ set by Kaytranada. The day long festivities kicked off with Mac DeMarco, Rosalia, Amber Mark, and Radiant Children.

SOMETHING IN THE WATER, a multi-day music festival and cultural experience on the beach in his hometown of Virginia Beach, mission is to unite the community and celebrate the diversity and magic of Virginia Beach.  It is an opportunity to bring the best of what Pharrell has encountered around the world back to his hometown. The weekend celebrates opportunity and the chance to empower everyone from the youth to the small business owners.

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