Paisley Park expects a busy spring and summer, so it's hiring dozens of workers

Paisley Park is looking to hire 50 more workers.

If you want' to spend the warm months working where Prince lived and created music, Paisley Park is hiring.

The estate – which is now a public exhibit – is hiring 50 more workers to help out during the spring and summer. According to a news release, current employees expect a busy travel season.

There are tour guide positions available, but Paisley Park also needs merchandise associates, security guards and ticketing associates.

Just fill out this application, and follow the instructions here to submit it. You'll also have to schedule an interview. In fact, the exhibit is simplifying the process by having an entire three-day interview event from April 3 to April 5.

If you'd rather just visit, tickets are on sale here.

Paisley Park also just announced this week it's opening a new room dedicated to his 1988 Lovesexy album. Don't worry, the Star Tribune says it's not as provocative as it sounds. The room mostly highlights things from that tour – like his guitar and several outfits.

It'll become part of the tour this Saturday, the paper adds.

The one-year anniversary of Prince's death is coming up April 21. The Revolution will be playing at Paisley Park that day. It'll be part of a four-day long celebration the estate is holding.

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