Tate Modern Festival

Turbine Festival One City One Day

A festival celebrating the idea of culture as a common wealth

Throwing Shade

Thowing Shade sitting

Jess Thom

Jess Thom Touretteshero

Afrikan Boy

Afrikan Boy

Crowns of Confidence

Crowns of Confidence

Evan Ifekoya

FREE2Dance Disco Breakdown

The Groundnut

The Groundnut

Rima Musa

Rima Musa

Jacob Sam-La Rose

Jacob Sam-La Rose and the Barbican Young Poets

Felix's Machines

Felix's Machines

Tate Modern Turbine Hall

Tate Modern Turbine Hall 2014

At the free Turbine Festival 2015, Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall became your playground, your local, your city; and everyone was invited. The programme included an audio-visual day of music, performance, film, installations, food and activities; creating opportunities for and celebration and participation alongside artists, dancers, chefs, DJs, poets, musicians and more.

Watch the video from Turbine Festival 2015: 

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The festival included performances from Afrikan Boy, Throwing Shade, The Fish Police and Hobbit;  artist commissions by Yuri Suzuki’s Imaginary Record Shop and Rachel Young’s Crowns of Confidence hair salon. Visitors could learn all kinds of new skills in a range of drop-in activities including how to publish your own zine, how to generate poetry, and how to beatbox to name just a few.  

Plus, we invited you to show us what represents your culture, submitting images via #MyCultureMuseum to be displayed in the Turbine Festival museum. 

#TurbineFestival

Tate Modern

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

25 July 2015 at 12.00–22.00

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