Beyoncé’s 2018 Coachella performance was absolutely legendary. It was memorable on so many levels and while she may not be performing at this year’s festival, reliving last year’s spectacularness will be just as good.
Netflix just announced they’ll be releasing Homecoming, an upcoming documentary film about Beyonce’s 2018 set and the details surrounding it. The Hive won’t have to wait long either. According to a tweet with a picture text of the film’s title in the same font Coachella used to promote Beyoncé’s set last year, Homecoming is set to premiere on the streaming service on April 17.
The tease comes days after Us Weekly reported that the superstar singer teamed up with Netflix for a Coachella documentary. According to that report, the film will showcase Bey’s performance, which was partially live streamed at the time of her set, as well as unseen footage. Not much more is known about the film beyond that.
BEYONCÉEEEEEEEEEEE pic.twitter.com/hlkdcb82xS— Clarkisha Kent: Ser Davos Stan Account (@IWriteAllDay_) April 7, 2019
😭😭😭Don't play with me pic.twitter.com/bt5F7P8Zp9— Gant$oua (@Mojomba1) April 7, 2019
netlfix: i-— alexX🌓♉ (@XalexandarX) April 7, 2019
COME HOME, QUEEN pic.twitter.com/IxoxwKKsKu— dawaelyne (@dawaelyne) April 7, 2019
SHE IS COMING pic.twitter.com/ZeRO9b3ncz— baddiebey (@zassuthazi) April 7, 2019
Earlier this year, Beyoncé announced the Homecoming Scholars Award Program through her BeyGood initiative. According to her official website, the program chose four colleges – Xavier, Wilberforce, Tuskegee and Bethune-Cookman – with each dubbing “one winner from each school” who “will receive $25K for the 2018-2019 academic year for study in various fields.” This is the second year for a scholars program created by Beyoncé.
Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Coachella