Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore is among the line up of musicians taking part in the free multi-arts festival celebrating 10 years of Tate Modern.
The three-day event, 'No Soul For Sale - A Festival of Independents', will take place from 14th - 16th May. Moore, in collaboration with filmmaker Eva Prinz, will headline the Turbine Hall space on both the first two days.
Tickets to the events are all free, and available from tate.org.uk.
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