Odesza’s ‘In Return’ Tour Sells Out The Sinclair

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With Stubhub prices as high as $90 and 15 consecutive sold out shows, the fervent demand for Odesza last night was unlike any other Boston concert I’ve seen. Featuring illustrious openers Ambasseduers and Hayden James, the average age of all the artists accurately reflected the present fan base who were eagerly devouring every future-trap beat thrown their way. The two up an coming acts from London and Sydney killed it, supporting each of their respective ‘Say My Name’ remixes as well as many other new-wave tracks. 

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The young Seattle-based duo was received with endless welcoming cheers and fanatic applause for playing one breathtaking classic after the next, and I was very impressed by their track selection of the most wonderful Odesza songs in existence. The entrancing synths and vocal pitching in tracks like their Open Wound remix combined with live drumpads created a distinguished vibe, allowing for Odesza to emphasize the powerful yet eclectic percussion in their tracks. Featuring astounding visuals like that of a dream-like psychedelic trip in space, the crowd was thoroughly mesmerized by the transcendent performance. Be sure to grab a ticket to one of the remaining shows on the tour before they sell out because let me tell you, this isn’t something you’re gonna want to miss.

10/9       Colombus, OH

10/10     Chicago, IL

10/11      Madison, WI

10/12      Minneapolis, MN

10/15      St. Louis, MO

10/16      Lawrence, KS

10/17      Lincoln, NE

10/18      Denver, CO (SOLD OUT)

10/19      Salt Lake City, UT

10/21      Vancouver, BC

10/22     Vancouver, BC

10/23     Seattle, WA

10/24     Seattle, WA (SOLD OUT)

10/25     Portland, OR (SOLD OUT)

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