Beyonce performed a mammoth two-hour headline set at the LA festival, and made the most out of every single minute.
Beyoncé brought down the house at Coachella Saturday night with a little help from her friends - and Twitter has never been so grateful.
The crowd was treated with memorable and awesome jams from the '90s and early 2000s, singing "Lose My Breath", "Soldier", and "Say My Name" wearing matching black and bronze ensembles for the iconic looks from the band's reign on the charts.
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People raved about her 26-song performance, which DJ Khaled renamed "Beychella", saying during her set, "After tonight, Coachella gotta rename Coachella the Beychella". The singer was forced to take the time to focus on her pregnancy, so festival organizers wanted her comeback to be extra special.
Beyoncé and her band also took the performance a notch higher when they paid homage to late Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti. Of course, her hubby Jay-Z made a cameo.
The singer's performance was brimming with references to black history and icons, female empowerment, and even historically black universities.
And judging by the reaction on social media, Queen B will definitely be invited back.