Beyonce’s headlining set at the first iteration of this year’s Coachella was nothing short of a well-oiled, carefully-executed party. Towards the end of her set, Queen Bey referenced the pregnancy with her twins that put a hold on her original plans to perform at the festival last year, highlighting it as an opportunity to truly dive into what she wanted this set to be for herself and for the fans. “This is everything and more that I dreamed of it being,” she gushed.
Plenty of wardrobe changes, thematic elements and surprise appearances is all everyone expected of Beyonce as she launched into her biggest performance since giving birth. 

Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams rejoined Beyoncé for the first time in three years and delivered "Lose My Breath," "Say My Name" and "Soldier" during the final segment of Beyoncé's set.
Saturday evening, Bey was tasked with being the first black female headliner in the festival’s history, and she clearly took such an accomplishment to heart. Incorporating significant elements of the African-American experience, she debuted in a regal selection opening with a rendition of "Lift Every Voice and Sing," effectively transitioning into her "Formation."

Destiny's Child last performed together in 2015 when Knowles, Rowland and Williams staged a surprise reunion to sing the latter's "Say Yes" at the Stellar Awards.

The Coachella medley was the trio's most high-profile reunion since Destiny's Child performed together during Beyoncé's Super Bowl headlining gig in February 2013.

"Coachella, thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline," Beyoncé said earlier in her 24-song set.
A central theme of the performance was set on historically black colleges and universities. It was a clear allusion as her musical backing arrived courtesy of a full-fledged marching band and drumline that packed out an extensive set of bleachers onstage while her backup dancers all took on the roles of majorettes while select male dancers appeared to take part in a line of brothers in a fictional fraternity, affectionately deemed Bugaboos by Beyonce while she led them all through a series of steps and strolls.
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