A complex-turned-museum called 'Paisley Park' in Minnesota, which is also private estate and production complex of late icon Prince, will honor his life and legacy next year on the anniversary of his death.
Prince-affiliated acts like the reunited 'Revolution', 'Morris Day & The Time', 'New Power Generation' and 'Liv Warfield & Shelby J' with members of '3rdEyeGirl' will perform at 'Celebration 2017', taking place from April 20th to 23rd at the singer's residence, reports rollingstone.com.
Organizers for the four-day event would bring together "musicians, creative personnel, special guests and friends" who worked closest with the legendary singer and knew him best.
"These four days will feature live music, panel discussions and presentations on Prince's tremendous talent, influence and importance as a composer, musician, producer, live performer and filmmaker," the organizers wrote.
General admission and VIP tickets are already available to purchase through the official Paisley Park site.
The complex officially opened as a museum dedicated to the Grammy winner on October 28, the same day the mayor of Chanhassen declared 'Paisley Park Day' in the Minnesota city.
The 'U Got the Look' crooner's estate also announced that the next release from the singer's stocked vaults would be a 'Purple Rain' reissue featuring an additional disc of unreleased material.
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