Adrian Joining Oslo Live in Los Angeles Dec. 15

Photo courtesy of Oslo/Resident DTLA
Photo courtesy of Oslo/Resident DTLA

Exciting! Gabe took to Facebook this afternoon and shared that his alternative band Oslo will be taking the stage for the first time in 8 years on Thursday, December 15, at Resident in Los Angeles. He announced that Adrian will be joining them on the drums for their release show in celebration of their new EP The Morning After available now on starting at $6. You are also able to donate and pledge to the band’s campaign and pick up some extra goodies.

Tickets for the 21+ over show are only $10 via Ticketfly. The show is being presented by Check One, Two on KLOS and Oslo is said to be hitting the stage around 9:30PM with doors opening at 8:00PM.

Below is the excerpt from Gabe’s Facebook post:

Hello everyone!

For those not in the know, I wanted to inform you that for the first time in 8 years, Oslo will be performing a special concert on the 15th of December in downtown, LA at Resident, presented by Check One, Two on KLOS. We will be celebrating the release of our new EP which has just been released this Friday on pledge music! As of now, this is the only place to buy the album, so go grab a copy now (link below to purchase and donate) We will also be joined, once again by longtime friend, Mr. Adrian Young on the drums.

The venue is not very big and tickets are on sale now so if you want to come out to see the show, be sure to buy your tickets ahead of time before there are no more. Click on the link below for more information. Oh, one more thing…for those of you who need your beauty rest, I believe we will be on around 9:30, so you could potentially be in bed before midnight. Just sayin’….
See you on the 15th!!!


We hope fans are able to make it out to the show to support Oslo and help celebrate the debut of their latest EP!

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