Prince’s Paisley Park to open for public tours

They begin in October

Trending Now

Lucinda Williams: “I’ve been misunderstood for so long”

The country-rocker sets the record straight in the new issue of Uncut

Nick Mason on Syd Barrett: “He was pushing in a weirder direction”

Pink Floyd's early years revisited in the new issue of Uncut

George Harrison: “He was on a spiritual journey”

His solo years celebrated in the new issue of Uncut

Prince’s Paisley Park estate is to open to the public from October.

The property served as both a production studio and creative hub from 1985 to his death in April this year.

“Only a few hundred people have had the rare opportunity to tour the estate during his lifetime,” said a statement from his family. “Now, fans from around the world will be able to experience Prince’s world for the first time as we open the doors to this incredible place.”

Advertisement

Tours of the site, located in Minnesota, will take in the main floor that houses the recording and mixing studios, along with tours of his video editing suite, rehearsal rooms, private NPG Music Club and personal concert hall.

Visitors will also be able to see thousands of personal artefacts from Prince’s archives for the first time, including concert wardrobe, awards, instruments, artwork, rare recordings and more.

The October 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our cover story on David Bowie, plus Margo Price, Lou Reed, David Crosby, Devendra Banhart, Van Der Graaf Generator, The Turtles, The Beatles, Granny Takes A Trip, Kate Bush, Drive-By Truckers, Jack White, Ray Charles, Led Zeppelin, Wilco and more plus 32 pages of reviews and our free 15-track CD

Uncut: the spiritual home of great rock music.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Latest Issue

Advertisement

Features

Advertisement