In five days, Beyoncé will grace the stage at the 2018 Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. If you're unable to see Queen Bey live, you're in luck.

According to organizers, the first weekend’s performances will be live streamed on the festival’s YouTube channel. Among the artists who will stream their sets include Queen Bey, The Weeknd, Migos, Tyler, the Creator and others. There’s no word if Eminem, SZA, Vince Staples, Post Malone or Cardi B will live stream their sets.

According to reports, Beyoncé has been pulling 11-hour rehearsals at a Los Angeles studio in preparation for her upcoming Coachella Festival. In fact, the R&B queen enlisted 100 dancers for her set. Of course, her performance is top secret. Even the executives at her label don't know what she's planning for Coachella.

Beyoncé saddened fans last year when she pulled out of Coachella due to her pregnancy. There's also talk of a possible Destiny's Child reunion during her set although nothing has been confirmed.

Coachella takes place at the Empire Polo Club for two weekends (April 13-15 and April 20-22). For more information, head over to coachella.com.

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