On August 30th Alanis Morissette will take to the 92nd Street Y for a rare appearance just prior to the release of her seventh studio album, Havoc and Bright Lights. (Do you know it's been 17 years since you screamed along to Jagged Little Pill?)

The Y says it's "her only public speaking appearance in New York City"—but the singer doesn't seem to have a show here during her tour either, choosing to play at venues just outside of the city (in New Jersey and Huntington, NY). While here she'll be talking with author, critic and Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis "about her music career, her interest in acting and what inspired her latest album."

It's unclear if she'll bust out some acoustic jams during her appearance, but Morissette is married with a child now, so the whole affair is likely to be less... ragey than it would have been in '95.

The event was just announced earlier this week, and tickets are currently on sale for $29. Until then, here are some great moments in Alanis history!: