Clipse, Kid Cudi, Lil Wayne, and More to Perform at Something in the Water 2023
Pharrell Williams’ highly anticipated Something in the Water festival is back and better than ever with an impressive lineup for the 2023 installment. The festival, known for its celebration of art, culture, and music, will take place from Friday, April 28th through Sunday, April 30th in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
The headliners for this year’s festival include Clipse, Lil Wayne, Kid Cudi, Wu-Tang Clan, Grace Jones, and… Mumford and Sons? Yes, you read that correctly. The eclectic mix of performers will undoubtedly make for a diverse and exciting musical experience.
In addition to the headliners, there are many other notable acts playing, including Pharrell’s Phriends, Wet Leg, Lil Uzi Vert, Polo G, and BADBADNOTGOOD. Fans can also look forward to performances by 100 Gecs, Lil Yachty, KAYTRANADA, Remi Wolf, Latto, Flo Milli, Skrillex, SWV, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Kamasi Washington, Doechii, Kehlani, Jazmine Sullivan, Kenny Beats, Maren Morris, Aminé, Babyface Ray, CHIKA, Coi Leray, FLO, Summer Walker, and many more.
Tickets for the three-day festival are now available for purchase on Ticketmaster, but if you’re looking for potential deals or to snag tickets once they’re sold out, you can also find them on Stubhub. Orders on Stubhub are 100% guaranteed through their FanProtect program, so fans can rest assured that their tickets will be valid.
The festival was launched in 2019, but the 2020 and 2021 editions were canceled due to COVID-19. Last year’s festival took place in Washington, DC after Williams criticized his hometown’s handling of the police killing of his 25-year-old cousin Donovan Lynch. The festival was highlighted by Clipse’s first live performance together in 12 years, and fans can expect even more unforgettable moments at this year’s festival.
Overall, the Something in the Water festival promises to be an unforgettable experience for music fans, with a diverse lineup of talented performers and a commitment to celebrating art, culture, and music.