Beyhivers, if you couldn’t afford a Coachella ticket and wanted to see Beyoncé’s performance, you’re in luck: it will be livestreamed.

Coachella partnered with YouTube to stream several performances for people that don’t want to choose between their rent money and camping out in the desert of Indio, California. 

Beyoncé is scheduled to headline the Saturday dates of the festival, April 14 and 22. In addition to Queen Bey’s performance, viewers will be able to see over 70 other artists including Chloe x Halle, Dej Loaf and French Montana.

Beyoncé was scheduled to perform at the festival last year but cancelled due to her pregnancy with twins Sir and Rumi. This will be the “Formation” singer’s first time on stage since she performed during the Grammys in February 2017. According to Mashable, she is the first black woman to be a Coachella headliner.

Bey recently shared that she went vegan to prepare for the concert, and sources told PEOPLE that she is putting in work to make sure the concert is perfect.

“She is 100 percent focused on her Coachella performance. She is rehearsing for hours every day. She wants to look her best and for the show to be spectacular,” the source said.

“She was disappointed last year when she had to cancel, so she wants everything be perfect this time. She is very excited about the show.”