Fans will be able to honor late icon Prince in April during a special four-day event that includes Prince: Live on the Big Screen.
Rolling Stone reports that a video likeness of the singer will appear on stage on April 21st at the Target Center in Minneapolis along with a live band for a special concert. Prince's longtime collaborators and a few special guests will contribute to the concert. Prince: Live on the Big Screen will also feature unreleased video and audio material.
The singer, who passed away in April 2016 at the age of 57, is one of pop culture's most influential artists. Since his death, his estate has released a greatest hits collection, unreleased music and teamed up with London's O2 Arena for a special exhibit.
However, things haven't been all roses. After his death, various people emerged claiming to be the singer's illegitimate children. The icon's estates have also been locked in a legal battle with Roc Nation over alleged copyright infringement.
Still, posthumous legal woes won't keep fans from celebrating the singer. Tickets for Prince: Live on the Big Screen go on sale Jan. 20 at 10 a.m. through the venue's box office.