The return of the queen to the scenarios: relive the incredible show of Beyonce at Coachella 2018

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One of the presentations most legendary ever lived in Coachella has been without doubt the Beyoncéwho , in 2018, became the first black woman to to lead the most famous festival of Indio, Californiaand the third act feminine in all of its history to top the famous musical journey behind only Lady Gaga (who has filled in 2017) and Björk (2002 and 2007).

After having had to cancel his stellar performance of the year 2017 for medical advice (I was in the seventh month of gestation of their twins, Sir and Rumi Carter), Bey was planted on the main stage of Coachella with a mise-en-scene that homenajeaba to the history and roots of the black culture through the assembly of a large orchestra linked to the legado of the universities and colleges historically black that included string sections, drums and even bastoneros.

With neatness and discipline millimeter, Beyoncé delivered a marathon concert of 26 songs that spanned his entire musical career: From his early years as part of Destiny’s Child, going through success in solo as a “Formation”, “Run the World (Girls)” or “Single Ladies”and coming to the emporium musical has a built in company of her husband, the rapper Jay Zwith singles like “Deja Vu” or “Crazy In Love”.

The show was witnessed live by 125 thousand people and other 458,000 viewers in streaming, becoming the show more seen of Coachella to date. At the global level, brought together 41 million of spectators.

In a virtuoso demonstration of cultural pride and female empowerment, Beyoncé don’t let out even the slightest detail. Between their songs included “Lift Every Voice and Sing“, is a song composed in 1905, is considered as the national anthem black; issued a snippet of ‘Who Taught You to Hate Yourself?‘, a speech of Malcom X on the vindication of the rights of black women, and is distinguished samples figures such as Nina Simone and Fela Kuti.

Enjoy ‘Homecoming‘ of Beyoncé through Netflix and enjoy your album of accompaniment, ‘Homecoming: The Live Album‘ in digital platforms.

Setlist:

  • Welcome” (Intro with elements of’Ffun”, “Humble”, “Family Feud” and “Emerald City Sequence”)
  • Crazy in Love” (with elements of “I’m a Hustla” and “Back That Thang Up”)
  • Freedom”
  • “Lift Every Voice and Sing”
  • “Formation”
  • Sorry” (with elements of “Me, Myself and I” and “Kitty Kat“)
  • Bow Down” / “I Been On
  • Drunk in Love” (with elements of “Crank That”, “Lilac Wine” and “Swag Surfin“)
  • Diva” (with elements of “Irreplaceable”, “Dirt Off Your Shoulder”, “Headlines” and “Everybody’s Mad”)
  • Flawless” / “Feeling Myself”
  • “Top Off”
  • “7/11”
  • “Don’t Hurt Yourself”
  • “I Care”
  • “Partition”
  • Yoncé”
  • My People (Remix)” (with elements of “Mine” and “Standing On The Sun“)
  • Baby Boy” (with elements of “Fever” and “Freaks”)
  • You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No)”
  • “Hold Up” (with elements of “Bam Bam”)
  • “Countdown”
  • “Check on It”
  • “Déjà Vu” ft. Jay Z (with elements of “Green Light”, “Zombie” and “Soul Makossa“)
  • “Run the World (Girls)” (with elements of “We Should All Be Feminists” and “Girl”)
  • “Lose My Breath” / “Say My Name” / “Soldier” ft. Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams
  • “Get Me Bodied” (with Solange Knowles)
  • “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)”
  • “Love On Top