Late singer Prince’s Paisley Park will be opening for touring from October 6, and the tickets will go on sale on Friday.
Paisley Park was Prince’s private estate and production complex.
The mansion contains living spaces, offices, a performance space and two recording studios. Building work on Paisley Park, which was named after Prince’s song of the same name, commenced in 1985 by Bret Thoeny, and it took three years to complete, reports variety.com.
Prince was found dead at Paisley Park on April 21 this year. His autopsy was released in June, revealing that the music legend had died of an overdose of fentanyl, a highly addictive opioid — 50 times more powerful than heroin. An investigation of his estate found mislabelled pills there that contained the drug.