We’re really excited to share this incredible space with you all tonight. We hope everyone who wants to attend can do so through the night and that the process of entry is smooth and painless.
As the Tate Britain is a public gallery, Late at Tate events cannot be ticketed and must be free on a first come first served basis in order to happen. If we hit capacity at a certain stage, as people leave more will be able to enter.
Total capacity is spread across the different rooms of the gallery (see diagram). There will be an additional bar area with DJs not marked here.
The live performances (Jeremy Deller’s Acid Brass, patten andDarkstar) take place in the central main hall with the stage at (1) in the floor plan, so while approximately 500 people will be able to attend the main marked area for these at any one time (see (1), (2), (3) & (9)), there are multiple rooms of leading British Art as well as the new Warp x Tate installations that many more like-minded people will be able to enjoy.
If you are concerned, we will be posting regular updates on theWarp Records and Tate twitter accounts to inform you of the latest situation regarding capacity to help you plan your evening.
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