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Pharrell Williams Is Bringing His Own Music Festival To His Hometown Of VA Beach + Luna Stephens Is Already Killing It In Her First Dance Class

Pharrell Williams is bringing a star-studded line up of musicians and celebrities to kick off his inaugural "Something In The Water" festival in his hometown of VA Beach. Find out who's performing, plus peep this super cute video of Luna Stephens' at her first dance class inside...

Virginia folks get excited!

Superproducer Pharrell Williams has announced his inaugural "Something In The Water" three-day music festival and cultural experience on the beach in his hometown of Virginia Beach, produced by Live Nation.

And he has one hell of a lineup.

The stage will be set on the beach and will feature weekend performances by Pharrell and friends, Travis Scott, Migos, Dave Matthews Band, Missy Elliott, J Balvin, Janelle Monae, SZA, Lil Uzi Vert, Diplo, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Pusha T, Kaytranada, Ferg, Jhené Aiko, Rosalía, Maggie Rogers, Mac DeMarco, Masego, Virgil Abloh, DRAM, Leikeli47, Jaden Smith, Radiant Children, John-Robert and more.

The Grammy Award winner said he can't wait to celebrate all of the talented VA natives who slay in their lane:

“Allen Iverson. Missy Elliott. Dave Matthews Band. Ella Fitzgerald. Virginia has been home to some of the most gifted artists, athletes, and scientists to ever live. And it makes sense - the people of Virginia are one-of-a-kind: uniquely gritty, bold, and brilliant,” Pharrell Williams said in a press release.

“For the first time, we are harnessing that energy, bringing the great minds of our time and the biggest brands in the world to this great place, and letting the inspiration flow and well deserved opportunities unfold. Virginia needs this right now and the world will see what we Virginians have known all along: there really is Something in the Water.”

The festival will be more than just good music and performances. It will also shed light on independent films, arts and more.

The mission of the "Something In The Water" festival 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 will celebrate opportunity and the chance to empower everyone from the youth to the small business owners.


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The weekend will also include a special screening and conversation presented by Ava Duvernay’s ARRAY, her independent film distribution collaborative dedicated to the amplification of independent films by filmmakers of color and women.

On April 26, 27 & 28 musicians, personalities, scholars, students, artists, activists and athletes will converge on Virginia Beach to activate and amplify, collaborate and co-author, shift and shape the future. Other cultural activations will include moments with Deepak Chopra and Geoffrey Canada, as well as a Pop-Up Church Service and TRAP Karaoke.

Church and TRAP Karaoke? He's covering all the bases.

Tickets for the first ever SOMETHING IN THE WATER fest will go on sale beginning Friday, March 8 at 12pm local time at SOMETHINGINTHEWATER.COM

In cute kid news...



Luna Stephens - John Legend and Chrissy Teigen's daughter - is already a "legend" in the making. She's got us feeling like the proud auntie shouting things at completely inappropriate times at inappropriate places.

Mom Chrissy shared a few adorable clips of Luna's first dance class and the 2-year-old is already killing it. She looked like a natural already during her first class, so you can imagine what's to come. Peep the clips of little Luna and her footwork above and below:



When she got home, she enjoyed spelling her name with her pops:


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Adorbs!  We love watching her grow up right in front of us.


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