Beyonce was her at her badass best as she took to the stage to belt her hit numbers at the 2015 Budweiser Made in America Music Festival. The two-day festival was curated by her rapper husband Jay Z and was held at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Saturday.

It was streamed live on her husband’s live streaming service – Tidal. The festival is in its fourth year. Just a day after celebrating her 34th birthday, Queen Bey was the headliner of the festival and unleashed her fierce style on stage, Mirror UK Reported.

Beyoncé had eight outfit changes onstage in the concert. Her sparkly numbers included a custom-made James Harden jersey-inspired swimsuit “Sixers.” It showed her and Jay Z’s love of basketball.

She also wore bejewelled lingerie set under a red robe, then a metallic cut-out bodysuit with red PVC thigh-high boots. Next a Hervé Leger by Max Azria white bodysuit with silver embellishments.

The “Drunk in Love” singer also wore two black bodysuits. One featured a high neck with long sleeves and sheer detailing, showing off her cleavage. Another was a plunging black bodysuit with long sleeves.

She also wore a silver bodysuit that was cinched at the waist with a black belt, which Beyoncé paired with a pair of black PVC thigh-high boots. She also opted for a gold and orange sparkly sleeveless number.

The festival also featured The Weeknd, J Cole, Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, Big Sean, Meek Mill, Future and lots of other performers.

This year has been a relatively quiet year for the pop queen as this was her second live performance. Her first gig this year was “Key of Life – An all-Star Grammy Salute” in February.

Beyonce owned the stage as she performed her solo chart-topping hits like “Crazy in Love,” “Halo,” “Drunk in Love,” “ XO, ” “Diva" and "Single Ladies.” She paid tribute to her Destiny’s Child bandmates with the songs “Say My Name,” “Jumpin' Jumpin” and “Survivor.” Queen Bey also sang “Feeling Myself” that she had done in 2014 with Nicki Minaj.

The “Anaconda” singer watched her performance from the audience. Jay Z later took to Instagram and shared videos of Beyoncé’s performance. She also paid tribute to UFC champion Ronda Rousey.

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