Coachella weekend may never be the same after Beyoncé, but her impact is still being felt a year later as attendees line up to see her iconic pyramid stage.

Last year, Beyoncé made history when she became the first Black woman to headline the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival stage, as Blavity previously reported.

Now, Teen Vogue reports the 2018 Beychella performance that snatched wigs and humbled naysayers is being immortalized at this year's California event. Fans and festival-goers can reportedly view and pose in front of the pyramid that lit up the night with its epitome of Black Excellence.

Another fan posted a photo of the exhibition note, which encourages attendees to "get an up-close look at the stage" and to "snap a photo" of the performance grounds. The ingenious show not only paid homage to HBCUs but also housed 100 unapologetically Black dancers and marching band members, reunited DC3 and was christened by the magic of Queen Bey herself. Notably, Shadow and Act reported Beyoncé turned her Coachella performance into a documentary that will premiere on Netflix on April 17.

The news of the exhibit has sparked both excitement and inquisitions by ticket holders who are awaiting their moment by the stage and questioning if there's another surprise in store.


Fans were once speculating that Beyoncé may make a guest appearance at this year's double-weekend event during her sister Solange's set. However, since Blavity reported the When I Get Home singer has pulled out due to production concerns, chances appear slim.

Still, when it comes to Beyoncé, literally anything is possible.

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