While summer might feel a while away, MoMA PS1 has already given music fans something to look forward to; today announcing the 2017 edition of its pioneering outdoor series, Warm Up. Now in its 20th season, the series will take place over ten Saturdays from July 1 to September 2, bringing new sights and sounds to the Long Island location.

Warm Up at MoMA PS1

Presenting the best emerging and established artists in live and electronic music, both on a local and global level, Warm Up is one of the highlights of New York’s summer cultural calendar.

Warm Up at MoMA PS1

The museum’s music program has an incredible history of supporting upcoming artists before they reach fame, celebrating experimentation, new material and exclusive collaborations. While this year’s lineup has yet to be announced, with previous acts including Solange, Jamie XX, Grimes, and Maya Jane Coles, it’s guaranteed to be a great one.

Warm Up at MoMA PS1

Committed to providing experimental and innovative artists with a platform, MoMA PS1’s courtyard will also be transformed into a site-specific immersive installation by Jenny Sabin Studio, which will feature photoluminescent textiles that will evolve throughout the day. Audiences will be able to explore the exhibition galleries and experiences on display throughout the summer.

Warm Up at MoMA PS1

To celebrate the event series’ founding year, MoMA PS1 as made a special ‘1998’ ticket package available for a limited time, giving access to all ten events for $98. For more information on tickets, check out their website here.

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