Late At Tate Britain: Warp x Tate

Art & Culture

Late At Tate is a programme of events for young and diverse audiences held at Tate Britain on a bi-monthly basis; featuring music, film, fashion and live performance . December’s edition sees a free evening of performance and installations from Warp Records and Jeremy Deller, inspired by Dellers piece The History of the World.

The evening will feature live performances from Acid Brass (live) featuring the Fairey Brass Band and a Live AV Show from patten, a truly unique voice from an intersection between a number of Londons underground scenes.

There have also been a number of installation commissions, curated by Jeremy Deller, for the night including; Oneohtrix Point Never with Melancholy, Hudson Mohawke presenting Summers of Love and Rustie with his piece Rave

During the night there will also be a tribute to the seminal 808 and 303 and other contributions from Jeremy Deller.

For more information head to the Facebook event or check their site.