More than 1,400 selected fans will be ushered in to commemorate the fifth anniversary of his death
Chanhassen, Minnesota -On Wednesday, Paisley Park, where the prince lives and works, will welcome 1,400 selected fans this Wednesday to commemorate the 5th anniversary of his death in the creative shelter.
The spacious atrium of the studio will be open to those eager to make a free reservation, while other fans can leave flowers and souvenirs in front of the statue erected outside the entrance door, which appears in the shape of its famous purple symbol of love.
According to popular legend, the 20,000-square-foot studio located in the suburbs of Minneapolis was originally designed as a custom ceramic in the shape of Paisley Park. The shape of Paisley Park, with the Prince’s logo on top, was originally placed in the middle of the atrium. In October 2016, at the request of the Prince’s family, the ashes were moved to an inconspicuous position in the atrium, and they were eventually completely removed from public view, disappointing the fans of the superstar.
This is the first time the atrium has returned to the public display.
The prince died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl on April 21, 2016, at the age of 57, which shocked the fans and caused pain around the world. Since then, Paisley Park has become a museum, and paid tours have been established. To commemorate the fifth anniversary of its founding, the tour group was closed for one day.
Alan Seiffert, CEO of Paisley Park, said in a statement: “We celebrate his life and heritage in Paisley Park every day. This is a place Prince wants to share with the world.” , Especially on this day, we recognize the powerful power and inspiration that princes have in people’s lives, and we open the door for them to pay tribute. “
Paisley Park will also publish the memorial online on Paisleypark.com.