Coachella 2024 has finally arrived, and this year’s staging already boasts the sort of surprising collaboration for which the festival has become known. So far, the talk of the event is a heart-stopping set from Lana Del Rey, who closed out the festivities as the headline performer for day one. To make her dazzling set even more exciting, Lana tapped a trio of high-profile friends and collaborators, demonstrating both the iconic singer-songwriter’s magnetic stage presence and her indelible mark on the pop-music landscape.

Following an array of bust-outs and fan favorites–like her 2019 cover of Sublime’s “Doin Time”–Lana turned a corner in the final act of her performance with a surprise appearance from renowned singer-songwriter Jon Batiste. Batiste supported Lana from behind the keys for a stirring rendition of “Candy Necklace,” the first of the artist’s two contributions to Lana’s 2023 album ​​Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd, as Lana spun around a pole onstage.

After this cut, Lana brought the festival crowd to a roar with her second guest of the evening, calling on Billie Eilish for two tracks; the duo began with Eilish’s original “ocean eyes” before bringing Lana’s 2012 Born to Die standout “Video Games” to life to close out the set. Just when the surprises seemed to relent, Lana returned to the stage for an encore with support from Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff, who produced the artist’s Grammy-nominated latest album. Antonoff joined for “Hope Is a Dangerous Thing for a Woman Like Me to Have – but I Have It,” then departed from the stage while Lana closed out the festival with “A&W” and “Young and Beautiful.”

The inimitable energy of Coachella continues tonight, and Lana Del Rey will perform again next Friday to kick off weekend two. Fans can stream this performance and other highlights from the main stage via Coachella’s YouTube channel.