If you haven't seen Tate Modern's epic exhibition Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, which traces 20 year’s of black art, then make sure you check out the closing weekend shindig.
Tate are throwing a two-night party to celebrate the success of the five-star show. Brooklyn craft beer will be flowing and soul music will be pumping. DJ Rob Pursey will be spinning hip hop tunes inspired by the exhibition while you fill up on hush puppies and buttermilk friend chicken.
Once you've soaked up the artwork, which pays homage to African American political and cultural figures, including Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Angela Davis, John Coltrane and boxing hero Jack Johnson, there'll be a chance to let loose with Hip Hop Karaoke.
The Soul of a Nation closing party takes place at Tate Modern 20-21 Oct
Tickets for Friday have now sold out but you can still get your hands on tickets for 21 Oct, 6.30pm-11pm.
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