Paisley Park’s annual Celebration — designed to pay tribute to Prince — will return later this year, and is set to feature previously unreleased material by the singer.
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The annual event is held in memory of the musical and cultural icon, and takes place at his world-class recording studio, museum and concert venue in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
Scheduled for June 8 until June 11, the 2023 Celebration will feature several appearances from famous faces in the music world, as well as celebrity-led panels that explore the life and legacy of Prince.
Most significantly, however, this year’s instalment of the annual event will feature previously unreleased music made by the artist, which will be taken from his famous ‘vault’.
Although it hasn’t yet been announced just how many pieces of unreleased material will be shared at the four-day event, it has been previously confirmed that the ‘vault’ contains “hundreds of hours” of unreleased demos, new versions of classic tracks, extensive concert footage, live recordings and more.
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