And you thought your office holiday party was cool.
On Thursday night, famed record producer Quincy Jones hosted a holiday party for Beyoncé's record company, Parkwood Entertainment.
The bash, which took place at the Wilshire Ebell Theater in Los Angeles, doubled as a private screening for her hit visual album Lemonade and featured a surprise live performance from Bey herself! She sand "All Night" and was joined onstage by a group of backup singers and musicians.
Attendees included music industry execs, will.i.am, Diane Warren, actress Holly Robinson Peete, Zendaya's father and producer Kazembe Ajamu, and of course, Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles.
Many of the attendees posted photos and videos from the party, including clips of the singer performing onstage.
"So much love," Beyoncé told the audience. "Peace."
Attendees enjoyed bags of popcorn decorated with a Beyoncé silhouette from "Formation," as well as boxes of Lemonheads candy.
"Great night! Watched #Lemonade on the big screen and then @beyonce surprised us with a song," Peete wrote on Instagram. "She's such a breathtaking and stunning performer. Thank you @mstinalawson for inviting us!"
Jones' company also tweeted "Leave it 2 [Queen B] 2 hit those riffs like a boss & feature a female sax soloist. Fun night @ the [Lemonade] screening hosted by @QuincyDJones! @Beyonce."