Netflix ain’t sleeping on Beyonce.
Queen Beyonce’s Coachella 2018 performance is set to be immortalized in a film all thanks to media giant Netflix. The historic and some-what political performance last year placed the Texan beaut as the first African American woman to headline the famed festival. According to a tweet by the streaming platform yesterday (10.4.2019), the documentary is set to air in just days, hitting screens on 17th April 2019.
— Netflix US (@netflix) April 8, 2019
This announcement is the first that the Beehive has heard of the new project; sending fans into a frenzy. Beyonce is known to keep her projects private until they are released. This announcement will give fans access to special moments of one of the most talked about stage performances of the millennium.
The trailer promises some great content, and never before seen footage, and the beehive just cannot wait.
Dubbed “Beychella” by DJ Khaled, the April 2018 headlining set attracted viewers worldwide via the Coachella live stream, which repeated the performance the following day. Since then, fans have had to content themselves with crowd videos to relive the entirety of the concert, which captivated social media and became the subject of countless essays as reported by The Washington Post. The first performance after giving birth to twins, Beyonce made a grand statement on the Coachella stage; to an audience that would otherwise be predominantly Caucasian, highlight all things black excellence to the world.
Beyonce is a 23 time Grammy Award winner. The mother of three has continued to push the envelope in terms of her sound since she first stepped into the spotlight in 1996 as a member of the highly successful girl group Destiny’s Child.