Coachella 2014: Beyonce, Lorde, Pharrell Most Tweeted Artists Saturday

Beyonce performs with Solange Knowles at Coachella 2014
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Beyonce performs with her sister Solange Knowles during day 2 of the 2014 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival on April 12, 2014 in Indio, California.

Beyonce, Lorde and Pharrell were Coachella's most tweeted about artists Saturday at Coachella.

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According to a Twitter statistics recap, of the more than 1.4 million tweets over the weekend so far mentioning the festival, Beyonce's guest performance with her sister Solange Knowles helped her top the list with more than 74,000 mentions on Twitter, followed by Lorde, Pharrell, Nas and Jay Z. 

Overall, based on tweets, Lorde's performance was the biggest moment of the day, followed by Pharrell's set that included a guest appearance by Gwen Stefani, Solange Knowles bringing out Beyonce, Nas bringing out Jay Z, and Kid Cudi's performance.

The #Coachella and #Coachella2014 hashtags have received more than 1 million tweets since the festival began Friday. Outkast has received more than 104,000 mentions in this time, Pharrell has had more than 36,000, Jay Z more than 17,000 and Gwen Stefani has had more than 7,000. Hey Ya, Girl Talk and Selena Gomez were all trending in the Los Angeles area yesterday as well.

Across the world music fans have been tweeting Coachella mentions, from more than 20 countries in both hemispheres.

Here is a sampling of some select tweets from the day:



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