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Odesza Announces The First Foreign Family Festival, Details Coming Tomorrow

Odesza has been dominating 2018 so far. While the duo released their third studio album in 2017, which received critical acclaim across the board, as well as a Grammy nomination, Harrison and Clay have toured all over the globe in this year with an awe inspiring stage production.

The guys also recently dropped the highly anticipated single ‘Loyal' which was featured in the Apple keynote and iPhone Xs commercial. It seems like Odesza has checked off just about everything one could put on a list for a superstar electronic music act. Well except throwing their own festival… and that's about the change.

Odesza Festival Announcement Coming Tomorrow 10/16

Odesza took to social media today to tease the announcement of their very own music festival featuring the all star lineup of their Foriegn Family collective.

Foreign Family has seen some serious heavy hitters over the years including Odesza, Jai Wolf, Chet Porter, Golden Features, Hayden James, Big Wild, Rufus Du Sol, Louis Futon, Pluko and many more.

Fans believe the duo might throw a festival at the iconic venue in Washington State, The Gorge. This remains only a rumor though. More details will become apparent tomorrow. Get ready, as this one will be a game changer.

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