Prince’s home at Paisley Park expands visitor tours

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Paisley Park in Minnesota enhances the tour experience of the legendary artist’s home and recording studio. As the complex opened its doors for the general public last month, the curators of the site have announced the expanding of the tours, by offering additional packages.

Starting next week, besides the General Admission and VIP tickets available until March 2017, visitors will be enabled to enjoy new theme tour packages especially tailored to boost the unprecedented experience of the artist’s fans. Therefore, the Paisley Park will host exclusive parties, dancing, dining and recording opportunities, concerts, films and special events for the fans all around the world to enjoy.

Paisley Park has launched public tours last month, as fans worldwide were provided the unique opportunity of experiencing their favorite singer’s lifestyle and artistic activity. Here as Paisley Park residence, Prince used to create, produce and perform its remarkable masterpieces. As a tribute to the artist’s life and work, his residence was transformed into an opened museum for people who take pride in his creations.

The pop legend’s personal archives, wardrobe, awards, instruments, recordings and motorcycles are all exhibits of the iconic gallery that local fans and foreign visitors were eager to discover as the tickets availability has shown during the past month.

Prince Rogers Nelson was a highly appreciated musician, songwriter and record producer, who sold over 100 million records worldwide and won 7 Grammy Awards and countless prizes of the music industry. Its activity rewarded him with the 27th position in a top of “the most influential artists of the rock&roll era”.

Prince passed away at the age of 57, this year’s April 21st. He died of an opioid overdose at his Paisley Park recording studio residence in Chanhassen, Minnesota.

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