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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Pharrell Williams tweeted a video that announced the line up for his Something in the Water festival, scheduled April 26 to April 28 in Virginia Beach.

The performances would be held at both the Oceanfront stages and at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.

Tickets for the festival go on sale Friday, March 8.

The line up, according to the video, included dozens of artists such as: Travis Scott, Missy Elliott, Migos, Maggie Rogers, Diplo, Pusha T, Janelle Monae, and Dave Matthews Band.

The full line up of 30 artists is as listed:

Travis Scott
Lil Uzi Vert
Jaden Smith
Dave Matthews Band
Jhené Aiko
Kaytranada
Maggie Rogers
Migos
Diplo
Deepak Chopra
Radiant Children
Dram
Missy Elliott
Mac Demarco
Geoffrey Canada
Trap Karaoke
Ferg
SZA
Pusha T
Kaws
Masego
John-Robert
J Balvin
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
Pharrell & Friends
Janelle Monae
Virgil Abloh
Pop Up Church Service
Leikeli47
Rosalía

In addition to the concert, the multi-venue festival will feature sports activities and panel discussions with thought leaders and forward-thinking brands.

Williams, a Virginia Beach native, first proposed the idea for the festival last fall. City officials hoped the festival would lead to a new start for the weekend which was marred last year when three people were shot.

“I think it’s the real answer with culturally-relevant solutions for a weekend that’s had some problems,” Virginia Beach City Councilman David Nygaard said.

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