Paisley Park Official has opened ticket sales for the second week-long celebration, in which mark’s Prince’s death on 21 April. The four day event will run from 19 April to the 22nd.
The Celebration will take place at both Paisley Park Studios (daily) and the Target Centre (21 April), and will feature screenings of previously unseen footage and remastered sound of Prince in concert. VIP passes are available now, at between $500 and £1000, which, in addition to the 5 hours of daily events, screenings and panel discussions, each receive: a daily meal pass; on-site parking; one signed print from Steve Parke; exclusive merchandise; autograph opportunities with former band members; front row seats at Prince: Live on the Big Screen (Target Centre).
Event schedules run from 11am to 10pm daily, at which former bandmates will be present. These will also perform in front of a screen at Prince: Live on the Big Screen (Target Center 8pm, 21 April), showcasing previously unseen and restored concert footage with Prince. The general public are also invited to intend this go to the show, and will be able to get tickets from 20 January.
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