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Live Concert & Film 'Prince: Live on the Big Screen' Announced 2 Years After Singer's Death

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The event, touted as a concert film and live experience, will feature previously unreleased footage, both audio and video, of Prince, as well as onstage musical accompaniment from some of his favorite collaborators throughout his career.

Two years after the iconic artist's death on April 21, 2016, a live concert event will take place in Prince's hometown of Minneapolis, accompanied by a new concert film titled Prince: Live on the Big Screen.

The event, touted as a concert film and live experience, will feature previously unreleased footage, both audio and video, of Prince, as well as onstage musical accompaniment from some of his favorite collaborators throughout his career. According to the Paisley Park estate, which is putting on the show, "very special guests" will contribute to the performance.

Prince: Live on the Big Screen takes place at Minneapolis' Target Center and is part of a four-day-long event, Celebration 2018, being put on by the singer's estate. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, January 20.

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Since his death, interest around Prince's music and career has far from waned. His estate donated memorabilia to an exhibition in London that took place last October, and a photo book, Prince: A Private View, was published the same month. In September, the concert film Sign O' The Times aired in the U.S. on Showtime.

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