Beyoncé headlined Coachella on Saturday night (April 14th), and by doing so Beyoncé made history as the first woman of color to headline the show. Beyoncé performed flawlessly for 26-songs, within the matter of about 2 hours, showcasing empowerment, womens rights, and so many others inspiring things during her set. Beyoncé also brought out and reunited Destiny’s Child during her performance, which has fans everywhere freaking out throughout the internet. This isn’t the first time Beyoncé had Rowland and Williams join her for a high-profile performance, the duo took the stage together in February 2013 for her Super Bowl halftime show as well.

“Coachella, thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline,” Beyoncé said, before singing “Run the World (Girls).”

Her set complete with empowering statements, a collab with her husband Jay-z, Destiny’s child reunion performance, history being the first African American woman to headline the festival, and complete with over a hundred dancers, an orchestra, and some crazy choreography and costume changes. Check out some video from the performance below.

Beyoncé’s Records:
• First black woman to headline
• Destiny’s Child: first girlgroup to perform at
• Bey set the highest live streaming record ever
• Most tweeted about & praised Coachella performance
• Longest Coachella dancing sequence onstage



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