Beyoncé's set at this year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will be epic. The 36-year-old singer is reportedly hard at work rehearsing for the performance.

The mom of three will be headlining this year's festival together with Eminem and The Weeknd. Dozens of other artists are also scheduled to perform throughout the six-day event.


By this time, the "Hold Up" singer is a pro at live performances, but recent reports claim that Mrs. Carter is spending a lot of time rehearsing for her appearance at Coachella. A source told TMZ that Beyoncé has booked a high-profile studio in Los Angeles, where she and her army of dancers, choreographers, and other members of her crew spend almost half a day rehearsing.

In addition, about seven security guards roam the area to make sure that no one sees the performance before the festival.

The queen of the BeyHive is reportedly been prepping for her set since last year. To recall, the Grammy-winning singer was also scheduled to headline Coachella 2017, but she had to pull out because of her pregnancy.

At the time, Lady Gaga was able to replace her and save the day.

For those who are hoping to see the "Crazy In Love" singer at the Coachella stage, Beyoncé promises not to disappoint. The 11-hour daily rehearsals a few days before the festival guarantee that the performance will be the best that the Southern California desert will ever witness.

Coachella 2018 Takes Precautions

On a more serious note, Coachella 2018 is reportedly taking extra precautions to prevent mass shootings at this year's event. According to Dancing Astronaut, organizers are taking a page from last month's Ultra Music Festival in Miami to prepare for any sort of attempts and keep attendees safe from any possible harm.

Aside from additional security personnel who will roam the ground, the authorities will also use drones to monitor activity. The police officers who will be deployed at the festival will receive special training to identify and subjugate suspicious activities and items.

Coachella has also procured "an increased amount of tourniquets" and other products to prevent massive blood loss in the event of an attack.

All festival goers will be subjected to pat-downs and metal detector inspections at the entrance to bar dangerous items from the venue.

Coachella 2018 will take place on April 13 to 15 and April 20 to 22. Other performers include SZA, St. Vincent, the War on Drugs, Vince Staples, Haim, David Byrne, alt-J, Post Malone, Fleet Foxes, Cardi B, Miguel, Odesza, and a whole lot more.