MoMA PS1's outdoor concert series is still a few months away, but the museum is getting the party started by offering discounted tickets in honor of its 20th anniversary.
In celebration of Warm Up's inaugural year, concert heads can purchase a bundle of tickets to all 10 of the museum's Saturday night shows — valued at $180 — for just $98, dubbed the "1998 Package".
Don't drag your feet — it's a limited-time offer, and the museum was mum on how long the deal would run for.
"It's the 20th season of our innovative and experimental outdoor music series," the museum wrote in a Facebook post announcing the special Tuesday. "We can't wait to bring you the best in live and electronic music from around the globe every Satuday from July 1 to September 2."
The summer series will take place in the museum's courtyard from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Saturday between July 1 and Sept. 2. Tickets range from $18 to $22 per show, but the lineup has yet to be announced.
The concerts will be set against MoMA Ps1's annual outdoor art installation, curated each year through the Young Architects Program design contest. This year, winner Jenny Sabin Studio's "Lumen", a canopy made of "recycled, photo-luminescent textiles" will be draped over the courtyard.