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Paisley Park to mark Prince's death anniversary

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Legendary musician Prince's estate in Minnesota, which has been turned into a museum, will mark his first death anniversary.

The four-day event will honour the legacy of the artiste, reported Entertainment Weekly.



Fans will also get a chance to celebrate his life at Paisley Park, where he lived and recorded.

The event will include panel discussions, guided tours, and performances from groups closely associated with Prince, including The Revolution, New Power Generation, and 3RDEYEGIRL.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Paisley Park to mark Prince's death anniversary

Legendary musician Prince's estate in Minnesota, which has been turned into a museum, will mark his first death anniversary. The four-day event will honour the legacy of the artiste, reported Entertainment Weekly. Fans will also get a chance to celebrate his life at Paisley Park, where he lived and recorded. The event will include panel discussions, guided tours, and performances from groups closely associated with Prince, including The Revolution, New Power Generation, and 3RDEYEGIRL. Legendary musician Prince's estate in Minnesota, which has been turned into a museum, will mark his first death anniversary.

The four-day event will honour the legacy of the artiste, reported Entertainment Weekly.

Fans will also get a chance to celebrate his life at Paisley Park, where he lived and recorded.

The event will include panel discussions, guided tours, and performances from groups closely associated with Prince, including The Revolution, New Power Generation, and 3RDEYEGIRL.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Paisley Park to mark Prince's death anniversary

Legendary musician Prince's estate in Minnesota, which has been turned into a museum, will mark his first death anniversary.

The four-day event will honour the legacy of the artiste, reported Entertainment Weekly.

Fans will also get a chance to celebrate his life at Paisley Park, where he lived and recorded.

The event will include panel discussions, guided tours, and performances from groups closely associated with Prince, including The Revolution, New Power Generation, and 3RDEYEGIRL.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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