Central Park couldn't get a break this weekend—after tens of thousands of people stormed the park to see Pope Francis on Friday, tens of thousands of more people spent all day in the park Saturday for the fourth annual Global Citizen Festival. Check out plenty of video highlights below.

The music festival, which was started with the goal of ending extreme poverty by 2030, was hosted by Hugh Jackman and Stephen Colbert, and featured a bonanza of artists, activists and celebrities, including (deep breath) Olivia Wilde, Malala Yousafzai, Leonardo DiCaprio, Common, Sting, Big Bird, Bill & Melinda Gates, Kerry Washington, Bono, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Vice President Biden, Michelle Obama, Salma Hayek, Richard Branson, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Loefven, Laverne Cox, Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, Usher, Jeffrey Sachs, and too many others to list here right now.

The main entertainment of the night came from a quartet of performers: Ed Sheeran, Coldplay (who debuted a new song and sang a duet with Ariana Grande), Beyonce, and Pearl Jam. PJ and Beyonce actually teamed up for a over of "Redemption Song," which you can see below.

And you can see Pearl Jam's full set below, including covers of "Imagine" and "Rockin' In The Free World:"

The First Lady gave Beyonce the best introduction one could hope to get: "Let’s give it up for the amazing Beyonce,” she said. "I am thrilled to be here tonight...and honored to follow a woman who I admire and adore."

Beyonce also brought Sheeran out for "Drunk In Love," which is certainly a decision one can make, regardless of whether it is a good decision.

Check out that new Coldplay song, "Amazing Day," plus the Grande duet "Just A Little But Of Your Heart," below.

And here's Malala Yousafzai addressing the importance of education.