Ready-to-pop superstar Beyoncé attended her mother Tina Lawson's first-ever Wearable Art Gala in L.A. on Saturday (Apr. 29), which benefitted the WACO (Where Art Can Occur) Theater Center, and boy, did she slay.

Donning a long-sleeved red dress, the songstress showed out at the event, and also wore an elaborate flower, butterfly and dragonfly crown. Her Destiny's Child group mate and best friend Kelly Rowland also wore an ornate candy pink gown with layers of tulle, while sister Solange wore a short red dress that got people talking.

"I am super proud of my beautiful mother for creating such an awesome event," the Queen Bey wrote in her Instagram caption next to a picture from the event. "Close to $1 million was raised for The WACO Theater Center to benefit young people through their mentorship programs and the arts."

She continued the caption by singing her mother's praises as a person.

"Mom, you inspire us all to be generous, selfless, positive, to have empathy, to love and to praise creativity in the world," it continued. "It brought tears to my eyes to be a witness to what you and Richard [Lawson] have created together. WACO is a safe place truly Where Art Can Occur. I love you."

WACO Theater Center is dedicated to empowering L.A.'s creative minds through their art. Ms. Tina and Mr. Lawson are the founders, while Beyoncé, Kelly and Solange are listed as the advisory board for the company.