A limited amount of tickets were available.

“I’ll see you guys down at The Wiltern,” Del Rey shared as she announced a premiere for her new music video, “Freak.” Many fans expected that it would be another short film similar to “Tropico” since a premiere event was held well.

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A limited amount of tickets were available for fans to buy at an impressive price of only 5 dollars. With a lot of hype around the video, people speculated the length and what songs would be involved. It turns out that the video is 10 minutes long, with the last 5 minutes featuring an underwater scene set to the music of Claude Debussy.

Fans were very pleased by Lana’s decision to perform a few songs, as it appeared to be an intimate show which hasn’t been done by the singer since 2014. After she finished performing, she went down to the front row to greet fans and sign a few things.

When I asked one fan who attended the premiere about their experience, here’s what they had to say.

“I’ll see you guys down at The Wiltern,” Del Rey shared as she announced a premiere for her new music video, “Freak.” Many fans expected that it would be another short film similar to “Tropico” since a premiere event was held for it as well. A limited amount of tickets were available for fans to buy at an impressive price of only 5 dollars.

With a lot of hype around the video, people speculated the length and what songs would be involved. It turns out that the video is 10 minutes long, with the last 5 minutes featuring an underwater scene set to the music of Claude Debussy. Lana has a reputation of showing endless love to her fans, and the night of the premiere proved just that.

She expressed her gratitude and appreciation for everyone that showed up by saying, “I can’t tell you how happy I am that you guys are here!” She also gave out free signed merchandise to those who lined up early and, to further the delight, surprised the crowd by playing three songs.

Lana performed her the title track from her most recent album, “Honeymoon,” an acoustic version of the Ultraviolence hit “West Coast,” and the classic song from her debut Born to Die, “Video Games.” Fans were very pleased by Lana’s decision to perform a few songs, as it appeared to be an intimate show which hasn’t been done by the singer since 2014.

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