Beyoncé Becomes First Black Female to Headline Coachella

Beyonce at Coachella 2018
via Instagram / Beyonce

Beyoncé took to the stage during Day 2 of Coachella and she basically slayed our entire existence.

On Saturday (April 14), Beyoncé became the first black female to headline at Coachella and she certainly did not disappoint. Queen Bey channeled an HBCU-themed set complete with a drumline, majorettes, and a step-performance.

During her performance, she also welcomed sister Solange and Destiny’s Child to the stage. Her former group performed some of their most popular songs, including “Say My Name”, “Lose My Breath”, and “Soldier”. She also gave us a little preview of the “On The Run II Tour“, scheduled to start June 6, when she welcomed hubby Jay-Z to the stage.

During her two-hour set, Bey managed four separate wardrobe changes and killed all of them in heels. If you ever questioned why they call her the Queen, now you know.

Fans who couldn’t attend the show in California were able to watch the performance via livestream or simply scroll through Twitter where fans were going CRAZY over #Beychella.

Beyoncé was set to peform at Coachella in 2017, but cancelled due to her pregnancy with the twins Rumi and Sir.