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The electronic duo announce their first concert in three years

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Legendary indie-electronic duo ODESZA is set to make a massive comeback in live entertainment.

Returning after a three-year hiatus, they will return to their hometown of Seattle at 7 p.m. on July 29 for a massive and enduring set at Climate Pledge Arena. The venue is the world’s first certified net zero arena. This will be ODESZA’s largest performance in Seattle to date, with a capacity of over 17,000.

Dubbed “The Return,” this memorable comeback show is showing all the signs of a possible late 2022 tour. The announcement was made on ODESZA’s social media.

Additionally, the duo said the following in a press release:

“For our first show in three years, we couldn’t think of a better location than our hometown. The energy in Seattle is truly something else and to top it off, we are surrounded by so many of our friends and our family. We really can’t express how excited and grateful we are to be playing live music again, especially at home. We’re working hard to put on an amazing show and can’t wait to see everyone there. .


ODESZA’s ‘The Return’: Highlights, Tickets and Presale

Clayton Knight and Harrison Mills’ last performance was nearly three years before the announcement when they closed the curtain on the “A Moment Apart” tour in 2019 with a two-day rager at Los Angeles State Historic Park.

This time around they will be joined by special guest Sylvan Esso and another artist from the Foreign Family Collective ford. Both acclaimed artists have a Grammy pedigree to their name, as Ford was nominated for Best Remixed Recording of 2020, and the scintillating Esso free love album received a nomination for Best Dance/Electronic Album in this year’s edition.

ODESZA is known for its incredible live shows, and the long-awaited return is sure to delight fans of extravaganza.

The Climate Pledge Arena website reads:

“ODESZA concerts have become a legend in the live music industry, so it seems fitting that their first show in 3 years, ‘The Return’, is taking place in their beloved hometown of Seattle. It will be a homecoming musical for WA natives and Western Washington University alumni.”

Tickets will start selling on the aforementioned official website on March 18 at 10:00 AM (PT). A presale is also available on the duo’s official website, starting March 17 at 10am (PT).

The duo released their first new song since 2018 in February, namely the single The Last Goodbye, before unveiling a boosted clip. They then followed up with a stunning single Better Now in early March.

With the early taste of new music, the live return of these stalwarts is an eagerly awaited event.


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