fans of music legend prince want to see this expo in amsterdam
This April will mark the two year anniversary of the sudden death of music legend Prince. In his career he sold over hundred-and-fifty million (!) singles and albums, he won seven Grammy Awards and even an Oscar ánd Golden Globe for the song “Purple Rain”. So to say it’s a given he was a successful and influential artist. With millions of fans from all over the world it’s not a surprise that the official Prince exposition in the O2 Arena in London has been a huge success. And we have good news for the Amsterdam based fans and everyone visiting Amsterdam from abroad because “My Name Is Prince” is here to see in Amsterdam until June 8.
TIP: order your tickets online to make sure it’s not sold out on the day you want to go and go on a weekday to avoid the busy crowds!
my name is prince a tribute to the pop legend
The “My Name Is Prince” exposition is now open at the Beurs van Berlage and can be visited until June 8 2018 at Damrak 243. All information at the exposition is available in different languages and therefore perfect for international visitors. You can see hundreds of unique items here, straight from Prince his own personal archives and all brought to you with the story behind it. All these items originate from Paisley Park, also known as his own studio complex. You can see items of his remarkable wardrobe, music instruments, awards, handwritten texts and many more items.
Fun Fact: The arrival of the “My Name Is Prince” exposition to The Netherlands is not at all random. Because did you know that Prince his very first gig outside of America was in music venue Paradiso in Amsterdam? He performed there in 1981!
My Name Is Prince expositie
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