“ODESZA: The Last Goodbye Cinematic Experience” in cinemas worldwide July 7 for one night only

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For the first time ever, witness the awe-inspiring ODESZA live show as an immersive concert film with “ODESZA: The Last Goodbye Cinematic Experience.” Presented in cinemas worldwide for one night only on Friday, July 7, “ODESZA: The Last Goodbye Cinematic Experience” shows one of electronic music’s most important modern-day innovators as you’ve never seen them before, providing an intimate look into the process of creating the group’s wildly successful and record-setting return to the touring stage with “The Last Goodbye Tour.”

This cinema event features significant behind-the-scenes content, including personal interviews with ODESZA’s Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight, their fans, and members of their creative team, all spanning across the past 10 years. The conversations are woven in with full concert footage filmed in part at one of ODESZA’s hometown shows at Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena and in part elsewhere along their 2022 national tour. Viewers will experience transformative visuals and pyrotechnics, as well as full stage choreography – including a horn section, vocalists, and the now famous ODESZA drumline – all collaborating with Harrison and Clay.

“We wanted to give a look behind the curtain of The Last Goodbye and spotlight the unsung heroes that make this show come to life,” said Harrison and Clay about the film. “For years, we have strived to make our show a theatrical production. It now feels like the right time to put out the film version of this performance, and the only person we saw fitting to take the director’s seat was Sean Kusanagi. He has been there with his camera since our first show, capturing the true formation of ODESZA, our life on the road, and the creation of this live show. Sean’s hard work and dedication to his craft is apparent in every frame of this project.”

Presented worldwide by Trafalgar Releasing, tickets for “ODESZA: The Last Goodbye Cinematic Experience” go on sale on Thursday, May 25 at 10am EDT / 3pm BST, at www.thelastgoodbye.film

Photo via Andrew Gomez

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