Beyonce is getting the star treatment at one of the most beautiful locations in the Grand Canyon — but her music video shoot will likely piss off a few die-hard campers.
TMZ obtained this footage of Bey and her crew as they shot Wednesday in the shadow of the spectacular Havasu Falls. That’s her draped in a blue dress with the stunning backdrop … a majestic waterfall, bright blue waters and a tiny forest of green.
Easy to see why Beyonce would want to shoot here — for those not in the know, Havasu Falls is right next to a super-exclusive campsite that requires a reservation that’s tough to get. The Havasupai tribe owns the land and only approves 300 camping passes a day. Thousands of people get turned away daily.
Beyonce plays by different rules.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … Beyonce’s team arranged the visit beforehand, and the tribe made an exception in her case by granting her use of the land for a few hours. Police are handling crowd control, because the nearby campground is packed.
Our sources say Beyonce and her peeps flew in by helicopter … shot for about 5 hours and then bolted.
In our footage, you see Beyonce climbing into the chopper in a white robe, accompanied by Blue Ivy.
Most campers ride a donkey to get to the campsite, but they ain’t Bey.