Beyoncé broke the internet last weekend during her head-spinning headlining set at Coachella. If you missed it, well, sorry, the record-breaking YouTube live stream was a one-and-done deal. Queen Bey made history as the first black woman to headline the festival while also setting a high mark with the most-viewed Coachella performance on the fest’s YouTube live stream.
She’ll be back on stage on Saturday (Apr. 21) in Indio, California, but just like the past 8 years, a spokesperson for YouTube confirmed that weekend 2 will not be streamed. And while you may not be able to see Beyoncé bring out husband JAY-Z, sister Solange and her former Destiny’s Child bandmates (if she does that again), the spokesperson said fans can still check out the video-on-demand clips of 94 artist’s performances on the official Coachella YouTube page.
Among the acts you can check out: Pvris, Greta Van Fleet, Perfume Genius, St. Vincent, Marian Hill, Chromeo, Benjamin Booker, Sir Sly, Børns, Post Malone, Nile Rogers & Chic, Aurora and Vince Staples, along with a number of artist interviews.
This year was Coachella’s biggest yet on YouTube, with more than 43.1 million views and streams from 232 countries. The Coachella live stream was also the most-viewed live festival ever for the video platform.
If you’re still heartbroken, here are some iconic pics of Bey’s weekend one set.