Almost two decades of packing the Long Island City museum courtyard with NYC's music aficionados and sun-worshiping revelers, MoMA PS1's Warm Up is bigger than ever, with as strong a lineup of bands, DJs and producers as it's had in years. Based on last year's highlights (which included music ranging from experimental ambient producers like Elysia Crampton to rappers like Kamaiyah, as well as the usual out-of-this-world outdoor art), we can't wait for this year's series to kick off. Here's the lowdown on the biggest weekly summer party.
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What is MoMA PS1 Warm Up?
Warm Up is an outdoor music series taking place every Saturday in MoMA PS1's courtyard. The museum combines elements of music, sound and the performing arts, with unique lineups of artists and exclusive installations.
When is MoMA PS1 Warm Up?
The weekly series takes place every Saturday, beginning July 1, 2017, and ending September 2, 2017.
Where is MoMA PS1 Warm Up?
Warm Up takes place in the courtyard of MoMA PS1, which is located at 22-25 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City, Queens.
How do I get tickets to MoMA PS1 Warm Up?
Buy advance tickets at the official website. MoMA PS1+ members receive discounted tickets, and LIC residents receive one complimentary ticket per event with proof of residency.
What's the best way to get to MoMA PS1 Warm Up?
Take the 7, G trains to Court Square.