Lana Del Rey is currently touring behind her great new LP Norman Fucking Rockwell!, and her latest stop was a special hometown show at LA's Hollywood Bowl last night (10/10). Lana has already had tons of surprises in store for this tour -- the Jones Beach show saw her bringing out Leonard Cohen's son Adam for a Leonard Cohen cover and bringing out Sean Ono Lennon for the live debut of their song "Tomorrow Never Came"; the Vancouver and Seattle and Portland shows saw her covering Joni Mitchell's "For Free"; and the Berkeley show saw her duetting with Joan Baez -- and she already promised that she'd bring out Weyes Blood and Zella Day for the Joni Mitchell cover at the LA show (and the trio released a rehearsal video before the show), but Weyes Blood and Zella Day were far from the only guests.

First, Lana brought out Chris Isaak to play the song everyone covers, "Wicked Game." Even if you're sick of "Wicked Game" covers, this one was pretty cool, especially with Chris himself on hand for it. He and Lana sounded great harmonizing together.

Later, Lana brought out returning guests Sean Ono Lennon for "Tomorrow Never Came" and Leonard Cohen's son Adam Cohen for Leonard's "Chelsea Hotel No. 2." She also welcomed Norman Fucking Rockwell! producer Jack Antonoff on stage, who sat down on piano during memorable album closer "hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have – but i have it," shortly after Lana performed her tour debut of "Video Games."

Lastly, Lana was joined by The Neighbourhood vocalist Jesse Rutherford, who joined her to perform the band's 2015 song "Daddy Issues."

Lana's tour continues in San Diego tonight (10/11), and she has more North American dates currently scheduled through November.

Watch videos of all the LA guest appearances below...