Prince fans can spend 30 minutes with singer/songwriter/movie star Prince's ashes on April 21, the fifth anniversary of his death. Paisley Park will open its doors to selected Prince fans allowing them to pay their respects to the purple one in person.Paisley Park, museum, recording studio and concert venue in Chanhassen, MN., is the former home of legendary singer/songwriter/movie star Prince. Prince lived and recorded at Paisley Park for nearly 30 years. He named the complex after the 1985 recording of Paisley Park.
Estimated to be worth $10 million, the 65,000 square foot compound will be the destination of the singer's ashes on the fifth anniversary of his death. 1,400 fans will be allowed in at no charge for a 30-minute viewing. The singer's ashes will be displayed in the atrium of the complex. You must be accepted via reservation for the complimentary viewing. Reservations are on a first come first serve basis. Paisley Park museum will offer 70-time slots. Each slot will contain 20 lucky winners. Fans may enter at paisleypark.com.
According to TMZ.com, it is likely Prince's ashes will be displayed in a custom-made made container.
A custom-made ceramic urn-shaped like Paisley Park with Prince's symbol on it.-TMZ.com
Prince passed away on April 21, 2016, from a drug overdose. Prince Rogers Nelson was considered to be one of the greatest multi-instrumentalists of the 20th century. In addition to singing, songwriting and acting, Prince was a record producer, dancer and director. He was only 57-years-old.
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