For a limited time, concert-goers can buy a package of tickets to all 10 of this year's Saturday evening concerts for $98 —a package worth at least $180 — dubbed the "1998 Package."
"It's the 20th season of our innovative and experimental outdoor music series, and we can’t wait to bring you the best in live and electronic music from around the globe every Saturday," the museum wrote on its Facebook page announcing the special.
The museum did not say how long the deal would run for.
The concerts will take place from 3 - 9 p.m. each Saturday between July 1 and Sept. 2 in the museum's courtyard. The lineup has not yet been announced. Tickets range from $18 - $22 per concert.
The series will be set against MoMA PS1's annual outdoor art installation, selected each year through the Young Architects Program design contest.
This year's winner was Jenny Sabin Studio's "Lumen," a canopy made of a "lightweight knitted fabric" that will cover the courtyard.
The structure will offer shade to concert-goers and be made out of materials that absorb sunlight so that it glows after dark, according to the museum.