- 17 Apr 19
Alongside the release of the concert film, Beyoncé has dropped a live album of the set.
Homecoming, Beyoncé's concert film following her historic performance at Coachella, has been released on Netflix along with a live album of her set.
The film lets viewers relive Beyoncé's performance, which honoured historically black colleges and universities through an ambitiously staged and choreographed set and scored by a full marching band. Homecoming also goes behind the scenes, revealing the creative process and long hours that went into the end product.
Homecoming clocks in at 2-hour 17-minute runtime, featuring 40 songs spanning the entirety of Beyoncé's career and including Destiny's Child songs with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
Beyoncé served as director, producer and writer for Homecoming. "Beychella", as the singer's performances at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is often affectionately called, marked the first time a black woman had ever headlined at the festival.
Homecoming is now streaming on Netflix. Check out the live album below: