Your Night Is Sorted Because Beyoncé's 'Homecoming' Just Dropped On Netflix
Beyoncé's historic Coachella concert film is now streaming on Netflix.
In 2018, Beyoncé became the first black woman to headline Coachella with a groundbreaking performance that featured a marching band, a costume change into Queen Nefertiti and a Destiny's Child reunion.
The epic set was performed across two weekends and was watched by 100,000 people at the festival and millions more tuning into the YouTube livestream -- quickly earning the festival a new name, Beychella.
"This intimate, in-depth look at Beyoncé's celebrated 2018 Coachella performance reveals the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement," the Netflix description for Homecoming explains.
The film delves into the historic importance of Homecoming, the gruelling rehearsal schedule for the festival performance and the difficulties Beyoncé' faced while pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir Carter.
It's also very appropriately categorised as "inspiring" in case you had any doubt of the power of a film directed by, and starring, Queen Bey.
Fans who caught the set IRL or online have been hanging out for the release of the concert film for a whole year now -- and are preparing to disappear into a Homecoming-shaped vortex.
The film dropped in the middle of the night in the US, but American members of the Beyhive have pretty much dropped any plans of sleeping or going to work the next day to soak it all in.
The Netflix film has also been accompanied by a 40-track live album, so excuse us while we go and pay our respects to the Queen.
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