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Odesza coming to Salt Lake City

Odesza coming to Salt Lake City

This past weekend, GRAMMY-nominated duo ODESZA kicked off their summer amphitheater tour The Last Goodbye with three sold out nights in Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena. The Washington natives and Western Washington University alums returned for their first live shows in over three years and biggest headlining tour to date with an all-new set of incredible visuals at the world’s first net zero certified arena. The highly anticipated shows also featured special guests Sylvan Esso and ford.

Promoted by Live Nation, the massively successful tour will take them through New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, and more, see full routing below. The tour features special guests Sylvan Esso, as well as a rotation of support from the likes of San Holo, Elderbrook, Ben Böhmer (Live) and Foreign Family Collective acts: ford., Gilligan Moss, & NASAYA.

Upon the on-sale of the shows, the band sold over 350,000 tickets, indicating massive fan demand for the entire run. In addition, the tour now includes 23 sold out shows across North America, many with multiple nights, in Seattle, Austin, Dallas, Atlanta, Columbia, New York, Gilford, Cincinnati, Detroit, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Vancouver, Bend and San Francisco. 

In support of their latest album, ‘The Last Goodbye’, ODESZA’s new tour will set out to not only be carbon neutral, but carbon negative through a partnership with environmental nonprofit, REVERB, making the outing more environmentally sustainable and engaging fans to take action for people and the planet.

The ODESZA + REVERB Eco Village will be set up at each show where fans can take climate action, fill up at the free #RocknRefill water stations, and more. The band will also support projects that directly and measurably eliminate greenhouse gases while benefiting diverse global communities via REVERB’s Music Climate Revolution campaign. Learn more and get involved here.

ODESZA’s new album ‘The Last Goodbye, released via Foreign Family Collective/Ninja Tune, has been warmly welcomed by fans and critics alike, with Billboard saying it is “full of lush soundscapes, grandiose moments and productions that are equally complex and emotive” and Pitchfork adding that “This is the duo’s most inward-looking album, yet the music pumps out of the speakers to rattle the nosebleeds. Knight and Mills have found themselves at their most introspective just as they’re primed to make a bigger splash on the stage than ever before.”

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