One of the most popular summer tickets is Pharrell’s “Something In The Water” festival. Tyler, The Creator, Skepta, Moneybagg Yo, J Balvin, Lil Baby, and Lil Uzi Vert are among the artists who have been added to the DC event. After launching a new song, “Cash In Cash Out,” featuring Tyler and 21 Savage, Pharrell has further increased the anticipation for the show.
A select set of youngsters will now have the opportunity to attend the star-studded event for free. Williams stated on Friday that all graduating seniors in the DC public school system would receive complimentary tickets.
“Congrats to this year’s DC high school graduates on all that you guys have accomplished,” Pharrell announced in a video. “You truly inspired us through all your resiliency and your ability to learn through a pandemic. You deserve to be celebrated, and so we’re gonna. On behalf of ‘Something In The Water’ and the XQ Institute, we would like to gift each of you one free pass to the festival.”
He went on to remind the seniors that they needed to check with their school’s administrators to redeem the gift. Muriel Bowser, the mayor of Washington, D.C., stepped in to support the decision. “The school year is coming to a close, and we want every DC graduate to know just how proud we are of their accomplishments!”