The crowd at Coachella was surprised on April 14 as Beyonce reunited with Destiny's Child to perform on stage. She ran through two decades of her hits while ascending a pyramid of bleachers, employed color guard dancers and baton twirlers who moved in precision to every note, and even had a pseudo-college step show reminiscent of a historically black fraternity performance.
Beyonce commanded the festivals' main stage with an electrifying performance and powerful message on feminism and black culture that overshadowed the usually laid-back atmosphere that Coachella represents. They began their performance with their 2004 hit song Lose My Breath which was followed by Say My Name and Soldier.
That's because nothing-no hologram Tupacs, no incredibly uncomfortable Madonna and Drake make-out sessions-will ever compare to the caliber of performance Beyoncé delivered on Saturday night during the first weekend of this year's famed festival in California's desert valley city of Indio.
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In case you missed the show, witness the magic here. He said although the band did not know in advance the singer would be using their song, he is confident they will receive proper compensation.
Beyonce, who enjoys an incredible fan-base all over the world, was supposed to be the star performer at Coachella 2017.
The Lemonade singer was initially billed to headline last year's Coachella, but she had to cancel after she found out that she was pregnant with kids. The audience has already started counting days but for now watch the best moments of Beyonce at Coachella.