Pop/R&B icon Prince has discovered a new way to connect with fans—inviting them over to his house for a party.
On October 5, Prince invited the public to attend a party held at his home and recording studio complex, Paisley Park Studios in the southwest suburbs of Minneapolis, MN. On October 19, he’s doing it again—only this time it’s an overnight pajama party.
The flyer Prince has circulated calls it “The Breakfast Experience Pajama Dance Party” (named after his recently released single “Breakfast Can Wait”), and instructs attendees to come in their jammies. “Dress 2 impress. Keep it classy,” the flyer says. The singer’s backup band 3rdEyeGirl is slated to perform; the flyer does not indicate whether Prince himself will perform, although he did the last time.
If you want to attend, it will cost you a $50 “donation” at the door. (Airfare not included.) Party starts at 2am and continues until sunrise. (Wouldn’t want to be one of the neighbors that night—last time, the party drew 2000 people.)