Black Sherif scored a major victory when he was confirmed to appear at the 2023 Something in the Water music festival.
Black Sherif, a rising star of Ghanaian music, will take the stage at Pharrell Williams’ prestigious Something in the Water music festival in Washington, D.C. in 2023.
Black Sherif, who is scheduled to perform at Pharrell Williams‘ Something in the Water music festival in 2023.
Today saw the official release of the much-anticipated 2023 Something in the Water music festival program.
Lil Wayne, Clipse, and Wu-Tang Clan, as well as soul and disco greats Grace Jones and Chic, as well as folk and country sensations Mumford & Sons and Maren Morris, are all represented on the list.
The lone Ghanaian performing at the event is Black Sherif, and Ghanaians couldn’t be more pleased with themselves right now.
The Virginia Beach festival will feature performances by Mumford & Sons, Yendry, Wu-Tang Clan, Flo Milli, Kehlani, Ayra Starr, and other artists.
With the exception of rapper Lil Uzi Vert, the lineup is almost entirely different from the festival held in Washington, D.C. in 2022. Both producer/DJ Kaytranada and Clipse member Pusha T attended the first festival in 2019 on the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.
Below is the lineup that was announced on Wednesday shortly before 11 a.m.
— Pharrell Williams (@Pharrell) March 15, 2023
The Pop Up Church service at the Oceanfront is also returning as part of the festival this year. It is anticipated that the lineup for that event will be revealed soon. In addition, Pharrell provided further information about other community events, such as free activities at Mount Trashmore before the festival on April 14.
The Something in the Water website still has festival tickets available. The festival will also be free livestreamed on Pharrell’s YouTube channel if you can’t attend it.