Prince will temporarily return to the mortal world for a special concert in Minneapolis this April.
Rolling Stone reported yesterday (January 16) that the late singer’s estate will stage "Prince: Live on the Big Screen" on April 21. The concert, which will take place at the Target Center in Minneapolis, will feature Prince’s likeness in video form alongside unnamed collaborators and other “very special guests.” Per the Target Center ticket sales page, it will also include "newly remastered and never-before-released audio and video" of the artist.
Prince’s estate, which is housed at his sprawling Paisley Park complex in Chanhassen, Minnesota, released a minute of the footage to Rolling Stone:
The show comes two years to the date after Prince died from a fentanyl overdose. Rolling Stone reports that the concert is part of a four-day celebration of his life and work. Tickets for "Prince: Live on the Big Screen" go on sale January 20 via TargetCenter.com.