UNITED NEWS INTERNATIONAL (UNI) — Coachella is now dubbed “Bey-chella” after Beyoncé’s performance killed the main stage.

Beyoncé closed out the second day of the festival, Saturday, April 14, with two hours of straight music spanning her 16-year solo career.

She is the first black female artist to headline the festival.

She was originally set to headline in 2017, but pulled out because of her pregnancy with twins, Rumi and Sir.

Former members of the group Destiny’s Child, Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland, joined Beyoncé for part of the set.

This is the first time the group has performed together since 2015.

She also brought out husband and rapper Jay-Z to collaborate on her 2006 song, “Déjà Vu,” and later brought out her sister Solange for dancing.  

The 36-year-old Texas native is set to go on tour later this year alongside Jay-Z for their “On The Run 2” tour.