When I listen to Lana Del Rey's music, I often times feel emotionally dead inside—she'll bring me down and numb me. Like, here's this incredible writer with an airy voice just spilling herself on songs like "The Other Woman" and "Sad Girl," and here I am, sulking in the shadow of her hurt. Over the course of an album like Ultraviolence, Lana will rip out your soul and build it back again, but as directed by her. 

Now, you can experience all of those feels on October 17 and 18 when Lana will perform two shows at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, which is pretty much the perfect place for a Lana Del Rey concert. You can literally see the graves of those who you'll be eventually passing on the way up. For Lana, this means playing at a cemetery where The Ramones and George Harrison are buried. I get it: Respect the dead by performing for them. 

Tickets for the general public will go on-sale on September 27 for $65.50, and can be purchased here