Lana Del Rey kicked off her Endless Summer tour last night in Woodlands, Texas, and ended up giving fans a couple of treats.

The pop star wowed the crowd at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion with a show that included fan favorites as well as a couple, perhaps, unexpected moments. Toward the end of her 16-song set, Miss Del Rey pulled out the song "Serial Killer" to the delight of many die-hard fans. The song dates back to 2011, and was leaked on the internet in 2012, but remains officially unreleased to this day. Check out the performance below:

She also mixed in a couple of other unreleased tunes: "Us Against the World" and "You Can Be the Boss," which go back to 2010 and 2011, respectively. In addition, the second-to-last song of the evening came in the form of a Peggy Lee cover. The song, originally recorded by Lee in 1950, took on a second life in the 1988 film, Who Framed Roger Rabbitand now Del Rey is keeping it alive in 2015:

And if that wasn't enough, opening up the show was none other than Courtney Love, who performed a set of Hole songs. You can find the full itinerary for the Endless Summer tour here.