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See some of our favorite pictures from the Something In The Water music festival

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The Something In The Water music festival had its first run in Washington, D.C., over the weekend.

The festival's creator, Pharrell Williams, moved it to Washington, D.C., from Virginia Beach, Va.

The three-day event included performers such as Anderson .Paak; Ozuna; Raveena; Tyler, the Creator; J Balvin; Denzel Curry; Omar Apollo and many more.

Take a look at the scene and the performances:

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Tobe Nwigwe and his wife, Fat Nwigwe
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Tobe Nwigwe and his wife, Fat Nwigwe
Crowds scream and raise their phones as performer Moneybagg Yo comes onto the stage on Friday, June 17.
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Crowds scream and raise their phones as Moneybagg Yo takes the stage on Friday, June 17.
Moneybagg Yo
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Moneybagg Yo
Teyana Taylor
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Teyana Taylor
Jon Batiste
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Jon Batiste
Baby Tate
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Baby Tate
Usher
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Usher
The crowds raise their hands during 6lack performance.
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The crowds raise their hands during 6lack's performance Friday, June 17.
Quinn XCII is shown on a large monitor with the U.S. Capitol in the background on Fri., June 17.
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Quinn XCII is displayed on a large monitor with the U.S. Capitol in the background as he performs Friday, June 17.
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Lucky Daye
Friends (from left) Tatiana Teran, from Richmond, Va., Jasmine Bates, from Atlanta, and Monique Brown, from Sterling, Va., enjoy the festival on Fri., June 17.
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Friends (from left) Tatiana Teran, from Richmond, Va., Jasmine Bates, from Atlanta, and Monique Brown, from Sterling, Va., enjoy the festival Friday, June 17.
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J Balvin
Pusha T
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Pusha T
Pharrell Williams and Justin Timberlake
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Pharrell Williams and Justin Timberlake
6lack
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6lack
Rapper T.I.
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Rapper T.I.
Friends Ibrahim Hydara, from Rockville, MD (center with hat) and Rasheed Billy from Baltimore, MD in their inflatable couches as they enjoy the scene at the music festivalon Fri., June 17.
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Friends Ibrahim Hydara, from Rockville, Md. (center with hat), and Rasheed Billy, from Baltimore, Md., lounge in their inflatable couches as they take in the scene at the music festival on Friday, June 17.
Pharrell Williams
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Pharrell Williams

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