Grand Canyon, Arizona – No place is inaccessible to the one and only Beyoncé. The global superstar has already shot a music video in the Louvre and now can add the Grand Canyon to her list of stellar video locations.

TMZ obtained footage of Bey and crew shooting at the Havasu Falls located in the Grand Canyon on Wednesday (June 10).

The campgrounds next to the falls are extremely exclusive and controlled by the Havasupai tribe who only permit 300 camping passes a day. Thousands of campers are turned down daily, requiring those interested to schedule a reservation.

Law enforcement officials told TMZ that Bey and company had arranged the shoot with the Havasupai people beforehand allowing her about five hours of uninterrupted time.

Accompanied by her eldest daughter, Blue Ivy, the 23-time Grammy winner arrived and departed the waterfall by helicopter, adding more spectacle to the already glamorous affair.

Bey recently released her new single, “Spirit,” from her forthcoming album The Lion King: The Gift. The album is inspired by the Disney film in which she plays Nala and will feature all-new song’s personally curated and produced by her.

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