Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Beyoncé Performs Black National Anthem, Reunites Destiny's Child & More At Coachella

Beyoncé Performs Black National Anthem, Reunites Destiny's Child & More At Coachella

The festival's music is eclectic, with a huge rang of genres on offer including rock, indie, electronica and hip hop. Beyoncé's set at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Saturday, April 14, made headlines for all the right reasons - and fans couldn't help but marvel. The star's performance was dubbed "legendary".

Beyoncé acknowledged her historic and creatively impressive show as Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams joined her onstage.

During Beyoncé's day-closing set at the California festival, Adele shared three videos on her Instagram page of her reaction to the appearance.

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And Beyonce was joined by her biggest fan during her hotly anticipated performance, as she teamed up with proud husband Jay-Z for a sizzling duet.

With a set that started with insane in Love and ended with Love on Top, Beyoncé paid homage to civil rights and the black power movement in her wardrobe, with projections, and in spoken word presentation. Malcolm X and Nina Simone were alive and well with Bey on stage. The trio of women came together and sang iconic tunes like "Lose My Breath", "Say My Name", and "Soldier". And with a great roster of black artists and entertainers behind her, and performing between numbers, it was so much more. "I had time to dream with two beauitful souls in my belly and this this is everything I dreamed of and more".

Singer and performer Beyonce lit up the crowd at her debut performance at Coachella, a year after she was announced as a headliner. Jay-Z and sister Solange also made cameos during her set. "I hope y'all enjoyed the show".

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