The Academy Award winner held the 16-year-old's hand tightly as the two snuck into the Hollywood Bowl to watch Ziggy Marley perform over the weekend.
Angelina dressed in all black for the outdoor event and kept her daughter close while pushing past photographers for the Saturday evening show.
Zahara opted for a pop of color, wearing a flowing mauve shirt with a spaghetti strap underneath.
Both made sure to keep their masks on for protection since they recently returned from Europe.
Sporting fashionable sneakers, Zahara helped her heel-wearing mom down the long entrance to their seats where they jammed out to Bob Marley's son.
This is the first time we've seen Angelina with her kids since they got home from their trip overseas to Paris, France.
Angelina didn't bring her whole tribe to the City of Love.
The Maleficent actress was only photographed with Pax, 17, Zahara, and Shiloh, 15 during their week-long getaway.
Angelina was in Paris when she learned of the win against Pitt.
As Radar reported, a California appeals court disqualified the judge used in the estranged couple's nasty divorce case, finding he failed to disclose his ties to Pitt's attorneys.
The 2nd District Court of Appeal agreed with Jolie that Judge John W. Ouderkirk did not reveal his business relationships with her ex's legal team and kicked him off the case.
This is the same judge who granted Pitt joint custody of their five minor children -- Maddox stands as an adult at 19 years old.
Now that Ouderkirk is off the case, his decision for joint custody could get thrown out -- which means Angelina and Pitt might be starting over in their battle over the kids.
The exciting news for Angelina comes at a strange time for the family.
The star's 2002 adoption of Maddox has been called into question.
As Radar reported, a filmmaker has promised to investigate Lauryn Galindo, who is behind several alleged "unethical" Cambodian adoptions. She is the person who spearheaded Angelina's adoption for Maddox.
One year after Maddox's adoption, Galindo was charged with conspiracy to commit visa fraud, conspiracy to launder money, and the structuring of financial transactions.
"I'm not 100% sure that Maddox was an orphan even though he came from an orphanage. At least one of the parents was possibly alive at the time of his adoption," Angelina's former friend told Daily Mail, adding that he signed paperwork claiming to be Maddox's biological father to speed up the process.
There is no evidence to suggest Angelina knew anything about the paperwork, and she has always maintained that Maddox's adoption was legit.