Fans flocking to Indio, California, over the next two weekends will get to see the pyramid stage the singer performed on a year ago up close and personal, as it's on display inside the festival grounds.
Those who arrived early on Friday already got a chance to check it out, taking to social media to make the rest of us jealous.
In case you (somehow) missed it, Beyoncé paid homage to the homecoming experience at historically black colleges and universities in her epic gig last April, taking the stage in a sorority-inspired cheerleader outfit while backed by a full marching band and talented dancers.
"Coachella, thanks for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline," she told the crowd. "Ain't that 'bout a b**ch?"
She also brought out special guests like sister Solange and husband JAY-Z during the two-hour set, along with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams for a Destiny's Child reunion that had fans losing it. Beyoncé sang a myriad of her greatest hits, including "Formation, "Diva," "Single Ladies" and "Drunk In Love."
The performance will be showcased in Beyoncé's new Homecoming concert documentary, which begins streaming April 17 on Netflix. More on that in the video below!