Beyonce's Coachella Performance on Second Weekend Won't Be Streamed

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While some video-on-demand is still available, the festival does not stream weekend two.

Beyonce broke the internet last weekend during her head-spinning headlining set at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. 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 event, while also setting a high mark with the most-viewed performance on the fest's YouTube live stream.

She will be back on stage this Saturday in Indio, California, but just like the past eight years, a spokesperson for YouTube confirmed that weekend 2 of the fest will not be streamed. And while you may not be able to see Beyonce 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 see the video-on-demand clips of 94 artists' 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 live stream was also the most-viewed live festival ever for the video platform.

Below are some iconic pics of Bey's weekend-one set.

 

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This story first appeared on Billboard.com.