We all know her Queen B works hard to put on a great show, and TMZ reports of her scheduling 11-hour rehearsals for her upcoming Coachella performance serve as a reminder. Historically, Beyoncé has some pretty memorable performances in her catalog — from her Super Bowl halftime shows in 2013 and 2016 to the collab with Kendrick at the 2016 BET Awards — and is one of the most reliable artists when it comes to getting your money’s worth at a live show.

While the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival doesn’t begin until April 13th, with Beyonce scheduled to perform on the 14th and 21st, the ‘On the Run II’ headliner is already hard at work to ensure she pulls something special off. Bey was supposed to headline last year’s festival but had to drop out — for the best reasons possible. Naturally, she’s eager to double-down this time around and give her fans what the want. If you remember the halftime show in 2016, you know how close-knit and disciplined Bey and her team are, with Beyoncé motivating everyone around her to keep pushing.

 

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As TMZ sources report, the scheduled 11-hour rehearsal days start this Tuesday at a private L.A. studio reserved for Bey and her dancers, choreographers, and crew members essential to the performance. To keep things secret — and as to not spoil the surprise — there will be seven security guards wandering around the premises to make sure nothing gets recorded and leaked to the public. It’s pretty safe to say we’re all eagerly anticipating Beyoncé’s performance next weekend, and can’t wait to see what she’s got up her sleeves.