Something in the Water Festival 2020

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Apr 24 - Apr 26 2020

Virginia Beach, Virginia (5th Street Beach Stage)

$195 - $250 (GA); $550 - $600 (VIP)

Something in the Water is a music festival and cultural experience staged by Pharrell Williams in his native Virginia Beach. The 2020 festival takes place April 24th-26th.

Update: The festival has been canceled due to concerns over the coronavirus

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