Mansion music legend prince, Start Opened to the Public
Mansion music legend prince, Start Opened to the Public. Bremer Trust, the company that oversees the land belongs to the late music superstar Prince said it will open the singer’s residence to visit the public starting in October.
Bremer Trust, Wednesday (24/8) announced that starting on Friday (26/8), the fans can purchase tickets through the Internet to visit Paisley Park complex covering an area of 6,000 square meters in Chanhassen, on the outskirts of the city of origin Prince in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The complex is home to Prince creative at the same place, where he wrote the song, record and rehearse.
Prince Rogers Nelson (57 years), which is a mix of rock, funk and R & B of his produce songs such as Purple Rain, Kiss, 1999 and When Doves Cry, died suddenly at his home in Paisley Park last April. Investigations revealed that death was caused by an overdose of a synthetic drug called fentanyl pain reliever.
Bremer Trust said at Paisley Park tour will include a visit to the recording studio musicians, the stage and the concert hall, in addition to seeing the thousands of personal artifacts, including stage clothes, awards, musical instruments, cars and motor bikes.
Sister of Prince, Tyka Nelson, in a statement issued by Bremer Trust suggests “opens Paisley Park is always desired and actively pursued Prince.”
The tour will be operated by Graceland Holdings, a company established to make tours in Memphis, Tennessee, residence of the late iconic rock-and-roll Elvis Presley. More than half a million people have visited Graceland since it opened to the public in 1982, five years after Presley’s death.