It's been just over a month since Paisley Park marked the anniversary of Prince's death with a four-day festival. Yet plans for next year's celebration are already underway.
Paisley Park announced on Thursday that anyone who attended Celebration 2017 has the chance to reserve tickets to next year's event called, unsurprisingly, Celebration 2018.
Reservations are being taken as of 9 a.m. Thursday at OfficialPaisleyPark.com, but they'll require a $100 deposit for regular tickets and $200 for a VIP ticket. (Full prices at this year's 2017 event started at $549).
If you went in April, you have an exclusive, two-week window in which to reserve places for next year, ending on June 14. Reservations for everyone else will start later this year.
The second annual Prince celebration will be held April 19-22 at the Purple One's famous Chanhassen home and studios.
The four-day festival this past April featured live performances from Prince's former bands The Time, The Revolution (here's our recap of their show), New Power Generation and 3RDEYEGIRL, as well as a surprise performance by George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic. Here are 5 highlights from one day we went,
There were also talks from people close to Prince, who spoke about the musical genius' upbringing in North Minneapolis, through to the success he saw in the '80s.
People flew into Minnesota from all over the world to attend, with fans from Europe, Asia and Australasia among those in attendance.