Something tells us this is one birthday Beyoncé won't forget anytime soon.
As the Budweiser Made in America festival continued Sunday evening, the "Halo" singer and husband Jay-Z had a front-row seat to all the performances.
E! News can confirm the birthday girl was able to take in the sounds of Chance the Rapper, Coldplay and more artists with close friends Kelly Rowland, La La Anthony and Carmelo Anthony. And yes, Bey's husband was close by too.
"They were acting very affectionate and dancing with each other near the stage," an eyewitness shared with E! News. "Jay Z had his arms around her and kissed Beyoncé during the show. He was dancing behind her the whole concert."
In fact, the pair almost fit in with the crowd as Jay Z wore a Chicago Bulls jersey with a denim jacket. Meanwhile, Beyoncé looked stunning in ripped denim shorts, an amazon-themed top and a green beaded jacket while sipping on D'USSÉ. "They looked madly in love," our insider shared. "She told Jay she loves him."
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While moving and shaking to the hits, Beyoncé received a few special shout outs from the stage including one from Chris Martin. "We want to say happy birthday to Mrs. Carter who is out here somewhere," he shared during his set. "Can you believe she's 107 years old? Happy birthday Bey."
E! News has also learned that the birthday girl ran into Malia Obama and former President Bill Clinton during the Labor Day weekend music festival. Not too shabby for a Sunday night out.
"Malia was dancing with Jay Z and she was smiling," an eyewitness shared with us. "Beyoncé and Jay gave Malia a hug too."
Earlier in the day, E! News caught up with Kelly who was more than excited to ring in her close friend's big day. In fact, the "Motivation" singer revealed the special gift she gave the Grammy winner.
"Well, diamonds are a girl's best friend," Kelly told us exclusively. "I got her diamonds!"
"I am super excited to be here and hear all the artists," the former Destiny's Child member continued. "We are all going to be celebrating this festival and Beyoncé's birthday."
Fans got a little treat themselves early Sunday morning when the music video for "Hold Up" officially hit YouTube. In other words, 35 is starting off on a high note for all Beyhive members.