Beyoncé made a dramatic return to the Coachella stage Saturday night with Destinys Child.

Beyonce makes history on Saturday night (14Apr18) being the first black female artist to headline Coachella. Making up for last year’s cancelation, She blasted through an epic performance that included hundreds of dancers and a marching band for a 25-track set.

She was joined by Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, both members of Destiny’s Child, for a medley of hit songs.

JAY-Z performed a surprise duet of “Déjà Vu,” which he recorded with Beyoncé two years before tying the knot in 2008, alongside his wife.

The concert, which was part of the Indio, Calif., festival, was streamed on YouTube.

The 36-year-old Houston native pulled out of her 2017 Coachella gig on doctor’s orders while she was pregnant with twins. Rumi and Sir Carter were born that June.

During her performance, Beyoncé thanked Coachella for allowing her to be the first black woman to headline the festival. She then dedicated the night to “all the incredible women who opened the door to me.”