Less than a week after her face-melting
Coachella Beychella performance, Beyoncé is gearing up for Weekend 2 of the Indio, California festival by making her official concert merchandise available to all.
Even if you couldn’t swing Coachella tickets this year, you can still get in on the Beychella experience by shopping the performer’s official festival merchandise, previously only available on-site in Indio, on her website. The appropriately-titled “Beychella Pop-Up Store” will be open through mid-May, according to a countdown clock on the homepage, which is ticking down the minutes until it closes forever (which really just adds a sense of urgency to your purchase). You’ll find hoodies, T-shirts, and even windbreakers to commemorate her legendary performance, ranging in price from $40 for a branded bandana bundle to $115 for a jacket.
The Coachella merchandise isn’t just a cure-all for Beychella FOMO—it’s one way to join Queen Bey’s sorority: As you may remember from Weekend 1, fans were quick to note how Beyoncé’s on-stage wardrobe had plenty of references to Alpha Phi Alpha, the first Black fraternity; on top of the black-and-yellow color scheme, her sweatshirt featured what looked like the Greek letters beta, kappa, and alpha (though, others read the letter as delta, which are also emblazoned on T-shirts and sweatshirts in the Beychella store). If fans really want to pledge “Beyoncé Alpha Knowles,” as some Twitter users dubbed the mythical sorority, they can now dress the part.