How do you watch Beyonce's headlining set at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival? Glad you asked.

In the event you didn't nab a ticket to Coachella, which begins April 13 and wraps up on April 22, you can stream Beyonce's set from your very own couch so that you don't miss a second of Lemonade magic live. Dozens of acts — Queen Bey included — will broadcast live via YouTube, and you can check out the full hub of available streams here.

Still, you may want to rest up, because Beyonce's on late — on Tuesday (April 10), the festival released a collection of planned set times, and Beyonce's currently slated to perform at 11:05 PM PST on April 14 (that's 2:05 AM EST on April 15) in front of the crowd of thousands.

And Beyonce's Coachella set will likely be worth the tune-in. According to TMZ, she's been rehearsing for 11 hours a day in preparation for the concert. There are even a handful of security guards patrolling the rehearsal space so that no secret is unearthed ahead of the concert.

SZA, Haim, Portugal The Man, Cardi B, Miguel and many more artists are also scheduled to perform across the festival's series of stages — you can see the full roster here.

Beyonce was originally scheduled to headline the 2017 Coachella festival but was forced to withdraw due to doctor's orders, the festival confirmed in a Facebook post. At the time, she was pregnant with twins, and medical professionals wanted to keep her schedule less rigorous in the later stages of her pregnancy.

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