It looks like no one can wait for the kickoff of ODESZA’s tour in support of their recently-released album The Last Goodbye. King County Executive Dow Constantine has officially named July 29, 2022 as “ODESZA Day.”
The ODESZA duo is clearly one of (if not the most) prolific electronic acts to come out of the Pacific Northwest, and it shows. For the past decade, the Bellingham-founded duo comprised of Clayton Knight and Harrison Mills have been making internationally-renowned music, while headlining some of the biggest festival stages across the globe. They’ve picked up GRAMMY nominations, more than 5 billion global streams, and toured around the world to boot.
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After releasing their fourth and final full-length album as ODESZA, they are finally headed on “The Return” tour and chose Seattle as their first stop. Three days after the initial announcement, a second and third night were added due to unprecedented demand. This will be the first three-night performance at Climate Pledge Arena in its history since the venue reopened following months-long renovations.
To celebrate, Executive Constantine proclaimed July 29th, 2022 to be ODESZA Day in King County, encouraging all residents to join him in celebrating “The Return” of this homegrown musical act. You can view the proclamation below.
Additional tickets have been released for the three shows this weekend, and can be found here. Are you celebrating ODESZA Day with us?
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