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A band plays on the ViBe Park stage during a recent event

Here’s how the ViBe District is prepping for ‘Something in the Water’

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VIRGINIA BEACH -- While the ViBe District might not be part of the ticketed action, they are planning on hosting events to keep the...
(Southside Daily File Photo/Courtesy of Virginia Beach Public Schools)

70 school buses for Something in the Water? Perhaps more. Perhaps less

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VIRGINIA BEACH -- Following a lengthy discussion Tuesday evening, the city's school board voted unanimously to authorize the use of city school buses for...
(Southside Daily)

Update: City school buses to run until 11 p.m. on Sunday of ‘Something in the Water’

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VIRGINIA BEACH -- City Council voted 8-1 Tuesday to allow the city manager to enter into an agreement with the Virginia Beach School Board...
A tentative map of the festival. (Southside Daily/courtesy of the city of Norfolk)

Community meeting: Traffic, safety still major concerns in Pharrell-backed ‘Something in the Water’

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VIRGINIA BEACH -- The "Something in the Water" festival is fast approaching and there are still numerous items that need to be ironed out,...
The school bus cameras are activated when the stop-arm is deployed. The cameras can record images from the front and back of the vehicle passing. (Southside Daily Photo/courtesy of David Tace)

More than 400 drivers signed up to run the buses for ‘Something in the Water’

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VIRGINIA BEACH -- The school district's department of transportation reported that more than 400 drivers signed up to be a part of the Something...
Crowds of people and Virginia Beach police officers in bright yellow jackets cover the Virginia Beach Oceanfront strip between 19th and 20th Streets during College Beach Weekend 2018 (Courtesy of the City of Virginia Beach)

Security for ‘Something in the Water’ remains murky

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VIRGINIA BEACH- Pharrell Williams' Something in the Water is just three weeks away, but is the city prepared for tens of thousands of tourists,...
The school bus cameras are activated when the stop-arm is deployed. The cameras can record images from the front and back of the vehicle passing. (Southside Daily Photo/courtesy of David Tace)

Virginia Beach approves use of school buses for ‘Something in the Water’ festival

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Virginia Beach City Council unanimously approved the use of 70 school buses to transport people back and forth to the Oceanfront during the “Something...

Virginia Beach hotels are ‘all in’ on Pharrell Williams-backed festival at the Oceanfront

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VIRGINIA BEACH — Something in the Water, the festival backed by Pharrell Williams coming here in April, has been described by city leaders as a...