Sunday (April 21st) marked the third anniversary of Prince‘s death. As in past years, fans are grieving and celebrating the life of one of the most iconic musicians of all time.
Once again, a fence has been set up inside the grounds at Paisley Park, where the Minneapolis native died at age 57 from an accidental painkiller overdose in 2016. Fans can post messages on the barrier as well as explore priceless artifacts that the estate has archived.
As the main event of the week-long observance, Prince’s historic home and recording sanctuary will welcome fans from around the world into an inspired environment of live music, panel discussions and special presentations highlighting the multi-Grammy winner’s tremendous talent, influence and importance as a composer, musician, producer, live performer and filmmaker. Opportunities to take part will be available from April 25-28. Paisley Park will also be presenting an exclusive off-site concert titled PRINCE: In Concert on the Big Screen.
Fans have already been making their thoughts be known, tweeting messages to and about Prince, with one perfectly summing up his impact: “Whilst time may fly, his music will last forever.”