Entertainment Music Paisley Park to Host Celebration of Prince on Anniversary of His Death For the one-year anniversary of Prince's death, fans will get the chance to celebrate his life at Paisley Park, where he lived and recorded. By Derek Lawrence Derek Lawrence I currently write about Fast & Furious, The Office, and Will Smith. One day, I will write Hitch 2. People Editorial Guidelines Published on November 29, 2016 10:04 AM Share Tweet Pin Email This article originally appeared on EW.com. For the one-year anniversary of legendary musician Prince’s death, fans will get the chance to celebrate his life at Paisley Park, where he lived and recorded. On April 20–23, the estate in Chanhassen, Minnesota, which has been turned into a museum, will host Celebration 2017, four days of events set to honor the legacy of the revolutionary artist. Tickets start at $499, and the festivities will include panel discussions, guided tours, and performances from groups closely associated with Prince, including The Revolution, New Power Generation, and 3RDEYEGIRL. Last month, Warner Bros. announced its plans to release a deluxe, remastered edition of Purple Rain, featuring previously unreleased material, in 2017. Click here for Celebration 2017 tickets.