Prince's Paisley Park

Fans of the late pop star, Prince, will be able to pay their tributes to him from next month onwards when his place of residence, Paisley Park, Minnesota, opens up to the general public, following his untimely death earlier this year.

There will be daily tours available to book, which will commence on 6th October 2016 and will enable fans to have the opportunity to experience first-hand what it was like for Prince to both create and perform inside Paisley Park.

The $10 million complex, Paisley Park, was completed in 1986 and is said to be where Prince recorded around 30 albums between 1987 and 2016.

It was both his private home and his musical production compound; he even released a single in 1985 called Paisley Park.

During the tours, visitors will see artefacts from Prince’s personal archives. This will include parts of his iconic concert wardrobe, awards, musical instruments, artwork, rare music and video recordings, concert memorabilia and his automobiles and motorcycles.

Tours of Paisley Park will run seven days a week.

Prince and the Great Lakes

Prince was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and sold more than 100 million records, won various awards, including seven Grammys and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Ohio, in 2004.

Cleveland, Ohio is where the music genre "Rock and Roll" was first created.

Both Ohio and Minnesota are members of the Great Lakes USA, which is one of the leading US destinations for pop culture and is home to many musical heroes.

Prince was also the founder of Paisley Park Records, named after his home. This record label was distributed and partly funded by Warner Bros. Records. Paisley Park Records started in 1985 following the success of the film Purple Rain, in which Prince’s music featured.

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