The time has come, BeyHive.
Beyoncé has kicked off her highly anticipated Formation World Tour just days after dropping arguably her most shocking album to date, Lemonade.
Jay Z, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Bey's BFF Michelle Williams were all seen taking in the action from the front rows.
After starting out the show with "Formation," Bey told the crowd, "If you came here to have a good time, say, ‘I slay.' If you're proud of where you're from, say, ‘I slay.'"
But there was one lyric on everyone's minds as they sang along tonight, the Becky moment from "Sorry." Yes, Beyoncé sang it, but she went right into "Bow Down" immediately after as the crowd went wild.
And shortly before hitting all the right notes with "All Night," she admitted that it's her current favorite track on the album. Queen B also made sure to pay tribute to Prince by playing "Purple Rain" during one of her interludes. At one point towards the end of her concert, Bey made sure to shut down whatever rumors are circulating in regards to the current status of her marriage by dedicating "Halo" to her hubby.
"I wanna dedicate this to my beautiful husband... I love you so much," she said.
The Grammy winner was seen at Marlins Park Stadium earlier in the day, for last-minute preparations and run-throughs, with her husband by her side. Just after taking the stage, however, Bey's website and social media featured all-new photos of her rehearsing, playing around with her daughter and strutting her stuff backstage.
The rap mogul was the subject of much of Bey's tracks on Lemonade, her sixth studio album, causing an uproar of speculation and debate over the cryptic lyrics.
Both husband and wife were seen on the back of a golf cart while the "Hold Up" singer's mother, Tina Lawson, was seen being driven in a separate cart not far behind.
The songstress announced her world tour shortly after stealing the 2016 Super Bowl halftime show back in February.
Blue Ivy's mama will be traveling around the globe to perform over 40 shows in everywhere from New York to Milan to Dublin.
Bey's latest sold-out string of shows will conclude on Aug. 3, with a show in Barcelona after a brief European leg of the tour.