Beyoncé Arrives To Tidal X Concert In Christian Louboutin

It’s certainly no secret that Beyoncé knows how to make an entrance, and Tuesday night was no exception. Queen Bey arrived at the Tidal X: 1020 Amplified by HTC concert at the Barclays Center wearing a low-cut Philipp Plein dress, a Georgine fur stole and blingy Lorraine Schwartz earrings. She topped off the look with Christian Louboutin So Kate ombré pumps.

Once inside, Beyoncé made a wardrobe change into a bubble-gum pink utility-style leotard. Nicki Minaj wore a revealing black leotard with lace hosiery, and both singers donned chunky black boots. The fierce ladies performed their song, “Feeling Myself,” for the crowd.

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A closer look at Beyoncé’s Christian Louboutin So Kate ombré pumps.
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Beyoncé then joined Jay Z, who wore black Timberland six-inch boots, to perform his song, “Holy Grail.”

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Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj performing together at the Tidal X concert.
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The concert had a seriously long lineup of major artists, including Lil Wayne, Usher, Meek Mill, Nick Jonas, T.I., Fabolous, Travi$ Scott, Rick Ross, French Montana and more.

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Jay Z performing in black Timberland boots.
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Footwear News hasn’t yet been able to confirm what shoes Bey wore on stage last night, but we do know that she often opts for Stuart Weitzman for performances and is also a fan of Giuseppe Zanotti and Jimmy Choo.

Click through the gallery to see more of Beyoncé’s shoe looks.

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