You could feel the energy of Tina Turner when Beyonce performed a series of older Destiny's Child songs in a second stage, located in the middle of the audience, midway through the concert. Beyonce even branched out and put her own spin on Alanis Morissette's angry "You Oughta Know," easily outsinging the Canadian songstress. She also captured the gentleness of Sarah McLachlan when she sang the 90s hit "Angel."
But make no mistake, this concert was very much a Beyonce production. From her unmistakable riffs to her trademark shaking, Beyonce delivered one recognizable hit after another. There was also a sprinkling in of material from her latest album "I Am ... Sasha Fierce," which I have to admit I am not completely crazy about. In fact, other than the mega smash "Single Ladies" and hits "Halo" and "Diva," I was relieved when she finished up the less recognizable, slower ballads from her most current album.