Beyonce certainly knows how to celebrate Bey Day! On Sunday, the “Hold Up” singer rang in her 35th birthday at the Made in America Festival in Philadelphia.
The crowd cheered as she entered the outdoor venue, shouting birthday messages as the superstar walked by wearing a green printed top with a matching embellished jacket and jean shorts.
She was later spotted having an animated conversation with former president Bill Clinton backstage at the show. Clinton also spoke with Bey’s hubby, Jay Z, Carmelo Anthony, and Alex Ebert of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.
Beyonce previously supported Bill’s wife, Hillary Clinton, at a fundraiser last year. The social activist was a longtime advocate for President Barack Obama, performing at both of his inaugurations.
And though some politics may have been discussed at the festival, Beyonce took plenty of time to have fun on her birthday. She stood in the crowd while her longtime pal, Chris Martin, performed with Coldplay, singing along.
She was also photographed cozying up to Jay Z. The couple has had several public outings lately, attending the 2016 MTV VMAs together last week and cheering on Serena Williams at the U.S. Open in NYC.
As fans and celebs across the globe took to social media to wish Beyonce a Happy Birthday, the GRAMMY winner released a gift of her own.
She gave all fans access to the video for her song “Hold Up” after it was previously only available to Tidal subscribers.
To see more from Beyonce’s birthday, watch the video below!