The night, which runs 18:30 until 22:00 on Friday 6 December, will see performances inspired by Jeremy Deller’s History of the World piece.
The work is a graphic and textural portrayal of the relationship between brass bands and acid house music in the UK.
As part of the evening, Deller will present a live performance of Acid Brass, a project which fuses acid house anthems with traditional brass instruments.
Further contributions will also come from a trio of Warp artists. Oneohtrix Point Never will present Melancholy, Hudson Mohawke presents Summer of Love and fellow Scot Rustie presents Rave.
The evening is part of the Late At Tate series. This programme of events is held at Tate Britain on a bi-monthly basis.