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Warm Up 2024 to Feature Terrence Dixon, KIM ANH, Nick León, DJ Python, UNIIQU3, Emma dj, and Many More

Fridays July 12 — August 16, 2024


Warm Up, MoMA PS1’s iconic music series, returns for its 26th season this summer with DJ sets and live performances from 4 to 10 p.m. on six Friday evenings in July and August. Amplifying under-recognized subcultures and communities traversing experimental music and nightlife, the program charts new and historic origin points for innovations in electronic music this season takes place in the MoMA PS1 courtyard on a stage designed by artist Stewart Uoo, who participated in Greater New York.

Over the course of each evening, four distinct sets build from sonic experimentation into dancefloor breakbeats. The complete lineup follows on the press release. Advance tickets are now available for all dates, as well as a season pass offering admission to all performance dates for $75, offered for a limited time only.

Warm Up 2024 is organized by Kari Rittenbach, Assistant Curator, and Nick Scavo, Senior Project Manager, Music, Performance, and Events, with Sheldon Gooch, Curatorial Assistant.

Special thanks to Resident Advisor.

Learn more about the event on our website.

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Bobby Beethoven (fka Total Freedom) performs during Warm Up 2023. Courtesy MoMA PS1. Photo: Joel Arbaje

Warm Up 2023. Photo: Marissa Alper

Warm Up 2023. Photo: Ryan Muir

Visitors engaging with Le Grand Soir by Yto Barrada. 2024. Photo: Marissa Alper