Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Made in America 2013: Beyoncé delivers fiery performance

Beyoncé Knowles-Carter delivered an unbeatable performance that closed out Saturday's festivities at the Budweiser Made in America Festival.

Made in America 2013: Beyoncé delivers fiery performance

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“Now y’all are watchin’ the Mrs. Carter show.”

Beyoncé Knowles-Carter delivered an unbeatable performance that closed out Saturday’s festivities at the Budweiser Made in America Festival.

The singer’s act was sultry and powerful, shelling out her usual diva personality and teasing the crowd with her fierceness. She demonstrated a rendition of her current Mrs. Carter World Tour that catered to the festival audience perfectly. The visuals, costumes and lighting were almost exactly the same with the exception of her recent hairstyle change (Note: we’re digging the angled blonde bob, Bey).

Even though Jay Z was spotted earlier at the festival, the rapper did not make an appearance with his wife – which many were expecting. Instead, Bey rocked the stage for an entire hour and 30 minutes. Gold confetti shot out of stage cannons as The Queen neared the end of her set, but not without doing two more songs. One of which was “I Will Always Love You,” made famous by the late and great Whitney Houston. Beyonce ended on a high note with “Halo” to a tired but extremely happy crowd.

 

SETLIST:

Run the World (Girls)
End Of Time
If I Were A Boy
Baby Boy
Diva
Naughty Girl
Party
Why Don’t You Love Me 
1+1
Irreplaceable
Love On Top
Countdown
Crazy In Love
Single Ladies 
I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston cover) 
Halo

 

 

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