Beyoncé left no wig unsnatched last year, and now she's coming for 2017, too.
Shortly after she's set to make GRAMMY history, Queen B will leave her mark on Coachella, as the music festival announced on Tuesday that she will headline in their coveted Saturday night slot. Beyoncé is the first female singer to headline in a decade, since Björk in 2007.
Coachella will take place this year on April 14-16 and 21-23, with Radiohead headlining on Friday night and Kendrick Lamar on Sunday. For the record, this marks Radiohead's third time top-lining the festival, after doing so in both 2004 and 2012.
For those still hesitant on whether you want to shill out for passes -- apparently you missed the part where Beyoncé is headlining Coachella??! -- here are other highlights for the three days in the desert:
Friday: Ahead of Radiohead, Travis Scott, Father John Misty, and Ariana Grande's boo, Mac Miller, will perform. Might pop's reigning princess make a surprise cameo onstage? At the very least, we'll learn the proper way to pair a ponytail with a flower crown.
Saturday: Beyoncé!!!!!!!!!!!!! (And also Bon Iver, Future and Gucci Mane.)
Sunday: Kendrick Lamar will close out the festival, but the final night also marks the return of Lorde --which must mean new music is on the horizon, right? DJ Khaled and Tove Lo will also take the stage.