Pharrell’s One thing within the Water 2023 Cancels Remaining Day As a consequence of Extreme Climate
The ultimate day of Pharrell Williams’ One thing within the Water 2023 music pageant was scheduled to happen as we speak (April 30) in Virginia Seaside, however the pageant has introduced that it’s been canceled as a result of extreme climate. “We didn’t make this choice simply however everybody’s security is our prime precedence,” the pageant’s assertion reads.
Grace Jones, Clipse, Lil Uzi Vert, Wu-Tang Clan, 100 gecs, Nile Rodgers & Stylish, Aminé, Lil Durk, Flo Milli, and extra had been scheduled to carry out as we speak. Refunds for 33% of the complete weekend ticket price might be issued. Immediately’s cancellation comes after the primary two days of the pageant had been delayed as a result of climate.
“Dearest Virginia, we’re the most effective,” Pharrell stated in a assertion. “These previous few days have been the most effective. Even throughout this Twister Watch and Lightning Storm proper now as I kind, we’re the most effective. Thanks for giving the oldsters that journey right here that vitality and that LOVE that solely we may give. Thanks to our companions, the distributors, manufacturing, policemen, firemen, the town council, the mayor and all who volunteered. The spirit right here was felt in all places! Subsequent 12 months we are going to shift the dates as a result of this rain ain’t taking part in, however we might be! Subsequent 12 months, extra acts, extra merch, extra meals… simply extra! Continued blessings and favor to you all.”
The remainder of the pageant’s lineup included a set from Pharrell’s Phriends, which included M.I.A., A$AP Rocky, De La Soul, Diddy, Chris Brown, Coi Leray, Latto, Lola Brooke, and others. It additionally included Lil Wayne, Jazmine Sullivan, Mumford & Sons, Yendry, Kehlani, Ayra Starr, and extra.
This weekend was the primary installment of the pageant in Williams’ hometown of Virginia Seaside since he moved the occasion to Washington D.C. The transfer got here after Williams criticized his hometown’s authorities over its dealing with of the taking pictures dying of his 25-year-old cousin, Donovon Lynch. The town reached a $3 million settlement with Lynch’s household in December.
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