ODESZA Announces 2023 Tour Dates. Will headline The Smoothie King Center on Saturday, September 16, 2023. Tickets are found HERE.
September 4 UPDATE: A show almost ten years in the making. ODESZA is headlining The Smoothie King Center in TWO WEEKS on Saturday, September 16. For fans familiar with the group this is their BIGGEST show to date in NOLA, and possibly one of the biggest one-day dance events in The Big Easy…The group has climbed the ranks of venues in NOLA. Starting at One Eyed Jacks in 2014, BUKU & The Joy Theater in 2015, and headlining Voodoo in 2018.
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The much–anticipated follow–up to ODESZA’s 2022 The Last Goodbye Tour makes its way to The Big Easy on September 16, 2023.
The tour will take the GRAMMY–nominated duo to stops in San Diego, Columbus, Indianapolis, New Orleans, and more, featuring support from Bob Moses, Bonobo (DJ set), Big Boi, TOKiMONSTA, Drama, Neil Frances, and QRTR & Olan on select dates.
An Epic Return to New Orleans
It has been 5 long years since ODESZA performed in the Big Easy, and in 2023 the Grammy Nominated duo will headline their biggest show in NOLA to Date. In 2018, ODESZA closed out the Saturday of Voodoo Fest, with a thrilling 90-minute set on the main stage of the festival.
The group has steadily climbed the venue ranks in NOLA, having started at One Eyed Jacks in 2014, to BUKU Fest in 2015, to Voodoo in 2018, and finally a solo show at the Smoothie King Center in 2023. This show will be one of the biggest in the Gulf South region and should bring in tons of fans from the other Gulf South states.
The Last Goodbye Returns
visuals, expert musicianship, pyrotechnics, and an immersive environment to transform whatever venue they are at into an otherworldly experience.
Last year’s tour sold over 450k tickets throughout its amphitheater run with numerous sold–out, multi–night runs including in their hometown of Seattle at Climate Pledge Arena, LA’s Kia Forum, and New York’s Forest Hills Stadium, and more (making them the first electronic artists to attempt such a tour).
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The recent tour also earned high praise with a Pollstar cover feature proclaiming that “ODESZA makes history,” while Billboard added “ODESZA is meant to be seen, and heard, live,” and the Seattle Times called them “a ticket selling, dance music force that raised the live performance bar for electronic artists.”
ODESZA also recently attended the 65th Annual GRAMMY Awards in support of their nomination for Best Dance/Electronic Album for ‘The Last Goodbye’ (released via Foreign Family Collective/Ninja Tune) and released their new single “To Be Yours (feat. Claud)” which Billboard said, “perfectly toes the line between each of the artists’ respective worlds, employing the crystal clear production work of the sought–after dance pair as well as the confessional songwriting of the fast–rising bedroom pop singer into one gloriously fun single.”