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ODESZA Announces First Live Show In Three Years

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ODESZA has announced ‘The Return’ and will be performing at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle on Friday, July 29th. Their last show was over three years ago at the Los Angeles State Historic Park in 2019. A Moment Apart has now had three years to simmer, and we are ready for some new juice. News about “The Return” follows the winter releases of their two new singles: ‘The Last Goodbye’ (feat. Bettye LaVette) and ‘Better Now (feat. MARO). 

‘The Return’ will also feature prominent artists Slyvan Esso and Ford. The venue is the first net zero arena of its kind in the world. This should make for a memorable time indeed.

ODESZA is composed of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight. Both are Washington State natives and met at Western Washington University there. The duo shares their thoughts about their big return to the stage.

For our first show back in (3 years) we couldn’t think of a better place than in our hometown. The energy in Seattle is truly something else and to top that off, we’re surrounded by so many of our friends & 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 together an incredible show and can’t wait to see everyone there.”

‘The Return’ is promoted by Live Nation and tickets will go on pre-sale this Thursday, March 17th at 10AM PT. Ticket sales will go on to the regular public Friday, March 18th at 10AM PT. Sign up for pre-sale here. 

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