Odesza: The Last Goodbye Tour with Sylvan Esso, Elderbrook & Nasaya Tickets
PNE Amphitheatre | Vancouver, BC
The second night of an incredible EDM takeover, Odesza brings you, The Long Goodbye at PNE Amphitheatre on Saturday, September 24th 2022 with Sylvan Esso, Elderbrook and Nasaya. Is this really the last goodbye? Is this really the last time we ever see or hear Catacombkid and BeachesBeaches spin a brand-new track for us? You better get some tickets just in case this is goodbye! But it might not be, only Odesza can say.
“Over the past few years we've been able to reflect on who we are, what it means to do what we do… Is there ever a last goodbye? We don’t think there is. So from us to you. The Last Goodbye, the album.” – Odesza
“We can’t wait to share this full-length project with you, along with our new show,” ODESZA said in a release. “It’s been a long time coming. From us to you, The Last Goodbye: The Tour.”
Odesza was formed in 2012 by Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight, known individually as Catacombkid and BeachesBeaches. The duo’s previous album, A Moment Apart, hinted at their four-year hiatus, and now their latest song title, and their first new music in over four years, The Last Goodbye, has left everyone wondering if this upcoming album from ODESZA could be their "last goodbye" as a duo. The song was released in February 2022, and Odesza announced that their fourth studio album, also called, The Last Goodbye, will be released on July 22, 2022.
Sylvan Esso formed in 2013, and are singer Amelia Meath and producer Nick Sanborn. Their latest album, Free Love, came out in September 2020, charting at number 100 on the Billboard 200. With a consistent release schedule of every three years, I would expect some new tracks from the duo, but probably not a whole album for another year.
Elderbrook is from the United Kingdom, and his real name is Alexander Kotz. His most popular track, “Cola” came out of a collaboration with CamelPhat. The track reached number 1 on both the Dance Club Songs chart, and on the Indie Chart in the UK, and was nominated for Best Dance song at the 2018 Grammy Awards.
Kiara Nasaya Mitchell from Atlanta, Ga, blends futuristic sounds and textures with retro, moody atmospheres, mixing diverse influences from Jamie xx, Tame Impala, Flume and Michael Jackson.