On Saturday night, Beyoncé took the main stage at the music festival in Indio, California to perform her long-anticipated set.
But that was not all.
One of the biggest moments from Bey's performance came from a cameo with her sister Solange.
This time around, her rendition of Adichie's talks at Coachella concert was seamless and captivating.
Beyonce's headlining set at the first iteration of this year's Coachella was nothing short of a well-oiled, carefully-executed party.
Actress Elizabeth Banks said she was "shook" by the performance.
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The 36-year-old songstress kicked off her epic set, taking the stage in a sorority-inspired cheerleader outfit while backed by an full, enormous marching band.
The last time the girl group performed together was during Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show in 2013.
Beyonce referred to her bandmates as her "sisters" and was also joined on stage by her real sister, singer Solange Knowles.
After performing a series of her singles from Lemonade, Jay-Z made a cameo for to perform their classic collab,"Déjà Vu".
The crowd were beside themselves as the iconic silhouette of the trio appeared on the stage and they strutted out singing Lose My Breath followed by Say My Name and Soldier.
And judging by the reaction on social media, Queen B will definitely be invited back.