Opening her set in Indio, California, she shouted out: "Coachella, thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline", before launching into "Run the World Girls".
Beyoncé made history on Saturday night, becoming the first black woman to ever headline Coachella.
It's been rumored that her Coachella set will include a Destiny's Child reunion, though Bey has yet to comment.
The highly anticipated performance has been over a year in the making.
The 36-year-old songstress kicked off her epic set, taking the stage in a sorority-inspired cheerleader outfit while backed by an full, enormous marching band.
This harkens back to the 2013 incident when a shot of Beyoncé performing at the Super Bowl went viral. Her performance was 2017 Grammy Awards. She then wowed fans by launching into Drunk in Love from a crane platform high above the audience.
Their Coachella set included three numbers: "Lose My Breath", "Say My Name" and "Soldier". Shortly after, Destiny's Child came out for a surprise appearance, and, as if that wasn't enough, Bey and her sister, Solange, danced together to "Get Me Bodied".
As we've reported, and anybody who's follower knows, Beyoncé's scheduled to perform solo on Saturday.