Beyonce, The Weeknd, and Eminem Headline This Year's Hottest Musical Festival Coachella
After having to back out of headlining the most talked about music festival Coachella last year, this year Beyonce is slated to make her triumphant return. The superstar diva and performer became pregnant in 2016 and at her doctor's orders, canceled her headlining appearance at Coachella as well as her other scheduled performances. Pregnancies of multiples are considered high risk and it seems no one wanted to take any changes.
Fast forward a year and twins Sir and Rumi are here and healthy so Beyonce is ready to get back to her musical business.
Since their birth, she's been relatively quiet on the music front aside from some features on other artists work, most notably her husband Jay-Z's track Family Feud , which just had star-studded theatrical visuals released. Acclaimed director Ava DuVerney lent her experience and eye to the project which has been praised.
Rumor has it that the married couple will be releasing a joint album sometime in the future.
Joining the Queen B headlining the two-weekend festival, which takes place in the California desert of Indio, is Eminem and The Weeknd. Other performers include Vince Staples, Tyler The Creator, French Montana, Jidenna, Jacob Banks, Princess Nokia, Lion Babe, and Daniel Caesar.
It is unclear if this will be her very first performance back on stage following the twins birth or if there's something scheduled and up her sleeve that she may be gracing the public with before April. Either way, she'll likely have an elaborate set, gorgeous costumes and kick ass dancers.
Beyonce has become the type of performer that really puts on a show when she steps out onto the stage, incorporating an all-female band, water, and intense pyrotechnics in her most recent shows.
One thing is for sure, Beyonce is completely dedicated to having it all. Being fiercely fabulous and capable, a great mother, friend, wife and one of the most influential and successful recording artists of our current time.
She's very strategic in how she chooses to live her life and create her art, thus far, it has worked out tremendously well for her. She'll undoubtedly tear up that desert stage.