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The Queen is back! Beyoncé’s private concert at Dubai luxury hotel opening

On Saturday night, January 21, our queen B – Beyoncé performed during the grand reveal of Atlantis the Royal, a new luxury resort in Dubai.

Beyoncé opened her first set with a cover of Etta James’ “At Last” and performed tracks from across her catalog, though none off of her latest album, Renaissance. Beyoncé last performed live during a tribute for Kobe and Gianna Bryant in February 2020. At the 2022 Oscars, she aired a pre-taped performance of her King Richard song, “Be Alive.”

Moving through a decade of iconic hits, Beyoncé, 41, performed staples such as “Crazy in Love,” “Beautiful Liar” and “Naughty Girl,” as well as more recent tunes including “Freedom,” “Spirit”

Fireworks lit up the bay as the superstar emerged wearing a halo-like lucite headpiece and singing Etta James’s “At Last,” a song she memorably performed at President Obama’s inauguration in 2015. She then segued from a triumphant performance of “Halo,” arguably her most rousing power ballad, to a flawless rendition of “Ave Maria.” Behind her, 48 members of the all-female Dubai-based orchestra Firdaus were dressed in red sequins and glittering tiaras.

The spotlight of the night is she invited her daughter Blue Ivy to perform with her for the first time with a duet of “Brown Skin Girl.” Dressed in a playful glittering red sequin jumpsuit designed by her grandmother Knowles-Lawson and Timothy White, Ivy showed no signs of stage fright, her adorable waist-length braids swinging as she danced in chunky platform sneakers. “Give it up for my baby, my brown skin girl, Miss Blue Ivy Carter,” Beyoncé said, introducing her 11-year-old to the audience. The sweetly choreographed mother-daughter moment was easily the most touching of the night.

Attendees at Beyoncé’s private concert in Dubai celebrating the Atlantis the Royal hotel were asked not to record any of her performance. They were even given designated pouches in which to put their phones for safekeeping, but not everyone in the audience honored the queen’s wishes, and fans all over the world are grateful. Based on photos and clips shared online, it was an absolute masterpiece.

The Queen is back! Beyoncé’s private concert at Dubai luxury hotel opening

On Saturday night, January 21, our queen B – Beyoncé performed during the grand reveal of Atlantis the Royal, a new luxury resort in Dubai.

Beyoncé opened her first set with a cover of Etta James’ “At Last” and performed tracks from across her catalog, though none off of her latest album, Renaissance. Beyoncé last performed live during a tribute for Kobe and Gianna Bryant in February 2020. At the 2022 Oscars, she aired a pre-taped performance of her King Richard song, “Be Alive.”

Moving through a decade of iconic hits, Beyoncé, 41, performed staples such as “Crazy in Love,” “Beautiful Liar” and “Naughty Girl,” as well as more recent tunes including “Freedom,” “Spirit”

Fireworks lit up the bay as the superstar emerged wearing a halo-like lucite headpiece and singing Etta James’s “At Last,” a song she memorably performed at President Obama’s inauguration in 2015. She then segued from a triumphant performance of “Halo,” arguably her most rousing power ballad, to a flawless rendition of “Ave Maria.” Behind her, 48 members of the all-female Dubai-based orchestra Firdaus were dressed in red sequins and glittering tiaras.

The spotlight of the night is she invited her daughter Blue Ivy to perform with her for the first time with a duet of “Brown Skin Girl.” Dressed in a playful glittering red sequin jumpsuit designed by her grandmother Knowles-Lawson and Timothy White, Ivy showed no signs of stage fright, her adorable waist-length braids swinging as she danced in chunky platform sneakers. “Give it up for my baby, my brown skin girl, Miss Blue Ivy Carter,” Beyoncé said, introducing her 11-year-old to the audience. The sweetly choreographed mother-daughter moment was easily the most touching of the night.

Attendees at Beyoncé’s private concert in Dubai celebrating the Atlantis the Royal hotel were asked not to record any of her performance. They were even given designated pouches in which to put their phones for safekeeping, but not everyone in the audience honored the queen’s wishes, and fans all over the world are grateful. Based on photos and clips shared online, it was an absolute masterpiece.

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