Warm Up: Tiga, Bob Moses, Gavin Russom, Via App, Frank & Tony

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22-25 Jackson Avenue

Long Island City, NY 11101

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Tiga / Turbo Recordings / Montreal, Canada
Bob Moses / Domino / Brooklyn, NY
Gavin Russom (Live) / Ecstatic + DFA Records / New York, NY
Via App / New York, NY
Frank & Tony / Scissor & Thread / Brooklyn, N
Y

MoMA PS1 presents Warm Up 2015, beginning June 27 and taking place every Saturday this summer through September 5. A New York summer staple now in its 18th year, MoMA PS1’s highly anticipated Warm Up outdoor music series continues its tradition of introducing audiences to the best in experimental live music, sound, and DJs—both local and international—across a range of genres.Warm Up supports both established and emerging artists by creating a platform that allows for experimentation and providing a space for collaboration, new material, and side projects.

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Children ages 6 and older must have a ticket for entrance.
Become a MoMA PS1 Plus Member and enjoy discounted Warm Up tickets and other benefits.
Long Island City Residents with proof of residency in ZIP codes 11101–11109 receive one free ticket on a first-come, first-served basis, pending availability. Please note that a limited number of tickets are set aside for Long Island City Residents per Warm Up. Guests of LIC residents must purchase tickets.

PLEASE BE ADVISED

Lineup is subject to change.
As Warm Up is a special event, MoMA PS1's regular admission policy does not apply. Limited galleries are on view during Warm Up. All galleries close at 6:00pm.
Warm Up is an outdoor event and takes place rain or shine.
There are no Group Visits or Tours on Warm Up Saturdays.
The following categories do not receive free admission to Warm Up: MoMA members, MoMA Corporate Members, MoMA Corporate Student Members, MoMA admission ticket holders, MoMA Annual Pass holders, staff of other museums, and members of the press who have not been authorized in advance.
Entry and re-entry are not permitted after 8:40 PM.
Outside food and alcohol are not permitted.
M. Wells Dinette is open for cocktails and grab-and-go food items from Noon–9 PM during Warm Up Saturdays. Event admission is required for entry.
Mandatory bag check occurs upon entry. MoMA PS1 reserves the right to decide what can be brought onto the premises.

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Event is rain or shine.
Artists and Line Up subject to change.

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MoMA PS1 champions how art and artists are at the intersection of the social, cultural, and political issues of their time. Founded in 1976 by Alanna Heiss, the institution was a defining force in the alternative space movement in New York City, transforming a nineteenth century public schoolhouse in Long Island City into a site for artistic experimentation and creativity.

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