26 Jun 2011

Beyoncé at Glastonbury + Photos!

Beyoncé at Glastonbury 2011
She came, she slayed, she snatched wigs!! After a 1 hour and 40 minute set concert at Glastonbury, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles performed in another stellar, energy driven performance like only she could. She performed tracks from the Destiny's Child era, her new album 4, B'day and Dangerously in Love, as well as cover versions by Prince and Alanis Morisette.

Whether you are a Queen King Bey fan or not, you cannot underestimate this woman's talent when it comes to putting on an awesome show and entertaining folks!

Following in the footsteps of husband and rapper Jay-Z who headlined at the UK's answer to Woodstock back in 2008, Beyoncé became the first woman ever to headline the prestigious musical event.

Beyoncé looked beautiful. Her lacefront was on point and her outfit was sexy without being sleazy. Zero costume changes and only a 5 minute break when her backing singers The Mammas performed a cover of Diana Ross's infamous Love Hangover.

Set List:
  • Crazy in Love
  • Single Ladies (Put a Ring on it)
  • Naughty Girl
  • Baby Boy
  • Happy Birthday (to Steve Stout)
  • Best Thing I Never Had
  • End of Time
  • If I Were a Boy/You Outta Know (Alanis Morisette cover)
  • Sweet Dreams/Sweet Dreams (Annie Lennox cover)
  • Why Don't You Love Me?
  • Love Hangover - Performed by Beyoncé's back up singers The Mammas
  • The Beautiful Ones (Prince cover)
  • Sex on Fire (Kings of Leon cover)
  • 1 + 1
  • Irreplaceable
  • Independent Women
  • Bootylicious
  • Bug a Boo
  • Telephone
  • Say my Name
  • Jumpin Jumpin
  • Survivor
  • At Last
  • Run the World (Girls)
  • Halo
What did you think of Beyoncé's historical performance at Glastonbury?

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