Saturday was full of epic performances and surprise guests during Coachella's second day of its first weekend. Beyoncé may have unsurprisingly completely stolen the show, but there were also some memorable performances by Tyler, the Creator, Post Malone, blackbear, and so many more.
Beyoncé made history as the first black woman to ever headline Coachella. She thanked Coachella for "allowing" her to have this accomplishment. #Beychella was in full force and the Queen basically made her set a family affair by bringing out Solange, Jay Z, and Destiny's Child for a surprise reunion. The trio performed "Say My Name," "Lose My Breath," and "Soldier," and Solange and Beyoncé danced through a performance of "Get Me Bodied."
Rihanna got in on the action and watched Bey perform from the front row.
Post Malone had the unenviable task of taking the stage before Beyoncé, performing "Rockstar" with 21 Savage, "White Iversion," "I Fall Apart," and debuting a new song called "Spoil My Night" featuring Swae Lee.
Toward the end of blackbear's performance, Ne-Yo made an appearance and performed a short set.
According to some fans on social media, Tyler, the Creator's crowd was uncharacteristically quiet and he seemed to get a little bored. He performed an variety of his music, including recent cuts "Boredom" and "911/Mr. Lonely."
Charli XCX came out for MØ's set, surprising fans with a performance of "Porsche."
Eminem, Miguel, Migos, and Cardi B are some of the acts who'll perform at Coachella Sunday. For now, watch Saturday's highlights above and Friday's here.