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Grammy Awards honoring Prince with star-studded tribute concert

And you can buy tickets to the extravaganza.

We'll never have a Prince concert again, but later this month, we're getting the next best thing from some of the music industry's biggest stars.

On January 28, the Grammy Awards will honor the Minnesota music icon with a tribute concert titled "Let’s Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince."

The lineup of musicians covering Prince's hits is truly impressive: Beck, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Coldplay's Chris Martin, Usher, the Foo Fighters and Earth, Wind & Fire are among those confirmed to be performing that night. 

But there's an added bonus, with a number of the Purple One's former collaborators and proteges joining the extravaganza as well. 

Those include The Revolution, Morris Day and the Time and Sheila E., who will serve as one of the show's musical directors alongside fellow Prince alums Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, a news release says. 

The concert will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center two days after the Grammy Awards, and will be broadcast in April, the Rolling Stone says. 

If you don't want to wait until spring and would rather see it for yourself, you can buy tickets (while they last) right here. 

It won't be cheap, though. As of this writing, prices start at $410 and go up to $2,500.

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