With her monumental acts during weekend one and two, she became the first woman of color to headline the festival.
The singer also released a companion album, “Homecoming: The Live Album,” with a full 40 songs from the show.
The trailer, released in April 2019, sent fans into a frenzy, as it featured scenes from the iconic performance along with intimate backstage moments of the musical icon with her family.
It also featured a voiceover from the late poet Maya Angelou, who says, “What I really want to do is be a representative of my race, of the human race.”
“I have a chance to show how kind we can be, how intelligent and generous we can be,” the voiceover continues. “I have a chance to teach and to love and to laugh and I know that when I’m finished doing what I’m sent here to do, I will be called home.”
Moments like Blue Ivy practicing choreography with Beyonce and her dancers are also featured in the trailer, which has close to 2 million views.
Fans can expect an inside look into the preparation for the performances that honored historically black colleges and universities, drew inspiration from civil rights activist Malcolm X and reunited the much-loved girl group, Destiny’s Child.