Event organizers recently released an initial map with the layout of the festival.
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Official Something in the Water Festival Map
Virginia Beach is about a month away from the second-annual Something in the Water festival. This year’s week-long festival will feature even more than last year’s event, including more art, activities and performers. Event organizers recently released an initial map with the layout of the festival.
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Something in the Water Map
This year’s Something in the Water will feature three stages on the beach, multiple entrances, rideshare lots and more. The three stages will be placed between 5th and 18th Streets on the beach.
A shuttle will transport festival goers from the Virginia Beach Convention Center to Pacific Avenue where they can safely get to the festival stages and Something in the Water Market. There will also be rideshare stops near 10th and 16th Streets, along with the lot at 19th Street and Pacific Avenue.
The six-day festival will showcase its main musical performances from Friday to Sunday, April 24–26. Performances will be in tandem on the Atlantis, Neptune and Poseidon stages; aptly named for the fictional underwater city and God of the Sea.
Acts ranging from hip hop and R&B to pop and more grace the Something in the Water lineup. This year’s lineup features A$AP Rocky, Beck, Chance the Rapper, Foo Fighters, Migos, Post Malone, Tyler, The Creator, Usher, Wale and more. Festival founder Pharrell Williams will also take the stage alongside some famous friends.
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Something in the Water will begin Monday, April 20 and go through Sunday, April 26.
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