By Maureen Lee Lenker
April 07, 2019 at 04:36 PM EDT
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If you’re still crazy in love with Beyoncé‘s 2018 Coachella set, Netflix is about to provide a whole new window into it.

On Sunday, the streaming giant teased a new documentary titled Homecoming on their social media pages with the date April 17 attached. Their Twitter post featured the Greek letters and vibrant yellow color so iconic in Beyoncé’s Coachella set, which was largely structured around a tribute to historically black colleges and their marching bands, Greek life, etc — including her sorority Beta Delta Kappa, which she created for the show.

Fittingly, the premiere date falls in between Coachella’s two weekends this year.

Last week, Us Weekly broke the news that the singer was working on a concert documentary with Netflix and that it would feature both her entire headlining performance, which was live-streamed, as well as previously never before seen footage.

Beyond their Twitter tease, Netflix did not provide any further details on the film. Their reps did not immediately respond to request for comment from EW.

EW’s music editor Alex Suskind called Bey’s Coachella set “one for the ages,” writing, “it felt like the music space-time continuum had permanently ripped.” He wrote, “This was a pop star 20 years into her career, at the top of her game, producing the type of concert-meets-history lesson-meets-social media explosion viewers will be talking about for years to come.”

And now Netflix is going to make sure we’re still talking about it a whole year later.

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