Saturday, August 20, 2016

MoMA PS1 Warm Up 2016 - Set by Maya Jane Coles - July 30, 2016

We were back for another weekly MoMA PS1 Warm Up summer dance party on July 30, 2016 for a DJ set by Maya Janes Coles.

The stage that week had a fun plastic soda bottle art installation where every bottle was illuminated by bright pink liquid.  Maya Janes Cole took to the stage at the last set, rounding out the cool summer evening of Long Island City with some great techno music.
Warm Up is every Saturday from June 11 to August 27, from 3pm to 9pm (yes, it's a 6 hour concert, or mini music festival so go early!) so this means there are only 2 more shows left for 2016!

Tickets are only $22 if purchased in advanced and can be purchased here. If you are a Long Island City resident, tickets are free on a first come first serve basis.
Here are some of our pictures from the Maya Jane Coles this month.


The stage that week had a fun plastic soda bottle art installation where every bottle was illuminated by bright pink liquid.
Maya Jane Coles spinning deep house techno tunes

 Always more fun with Bouncy Balls
 another shot of Maya Jane Coles

Saturday, July 30, 2016

MoMA PS1 Warm Up 2016 - Set by Louisahhh, Brodinski - July 9, 2016

The weekly MoMA PS1 Warm Up summer dance party is quickly becoming a mini Coachella every Saturday, except it's much closer to home in Long Island City / Queens / New York City.  
Warm Up is every Saturday from June 11 to August 27, from 3pm to 9pm (yes, it's a 6 hour concert, or mini music festival so go early!).  Each show features at least 5 acts so you'll get to experience a wide variety of music genres. Tickets are only $22 if purchased in advanced and can be purchased here. If you are a Long Island City resident, tickets are free on a first come first serve basis.
The 2016 lineup includes live performances and D.J. sets by Joy Orbison + Ben UFO, Doc Scott, Maya Jane Coles, Marcus Marr, Louisahhh, Brodinski, and many international performers you'll find in music venues of Europe.
Warm Up also places music alongside great food and design, including a new courtyard installation, which is a colorful woven rope canopy created by Mexico City-based architecture firm Escobedo Soliz Studio, winner of the annual Young Architects Program.
Here are some of our pictures from the Louisahhh and Brodinski show this month.
Great crowd, nice chilled out vibe


Straight from France - a set by Louisahhh
Also Straight from France - a set by Brodinski
Great food and drinks; with wine, cocktail, coffee and tacos available for purchase.  No beer :)