Beyoncé Headlines Made in America 2015
It was all about Beyoncé at Saturday’s Made in America 2015 in Philadelphia. Following sets from Vic Mensa, Meek Mill, and Nick Jonas, Queen Bey capped off the first day of the festival at Benjamin Franklin Parkway. A day after celebrating her 34th birthday, she was serenaded by the BeyHive, who sang “Happy Birthday.”
Soon after, Bey took the stage to give her fans a 90-minute show they wouldn’t soon forget, opening with a remix of “Crazy in Love,” dressed in a sequined leotard and thigh-high red boots. She reworked some of her songs including “Bootylicious,” “Bow Down,” and “Flawless,” and even included popular hits like “F**k Some Commas” and “Trap Queen” into her interludes.
As Nicki Minaj and Kelly Rowland looked on, she changed multiple times (other outfits included a sequined Sixers jersey and Houston Rockets leotard) and performed a sexy revolving chair routine for “Drunk in Love.” Even Jay Z couldn’t resist the urge to sing along to “1+1,” and the adorable moment was captured on camera.