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Prince to Play All Three L.A. Live Venues in One Night March 28th
Prince promised big things in Los Angeles or the city he likes to call "electric LAlaland" and he has delivered.
On Saturday March 28th, the six-time Grammy winner will be performing three shows in one night at L.A. Live's three music venues. Prince, who will be releasing three new albums on March 29th exclusively at Target and on his Web site, Lotusflow3r.com will be doing full length sets at The Nokia Theatre, The Conga Room, and Club Nokia.
The schedule looks like this, but bear in mind this is Prince so take this as a very loose schedule:
- Nokia Theatre - Doors open at 5:30 p.m
- Conga Room - Doors open at 8:00 p.m.
- Club Nokia - Doors open at 11:30 p.m.
Tickets go on-sale this Sunday, March 22nd at noon. Tickets for each of the three performances are $77. Separate tickets for each venue are required for admittance. A two ticket limit per purchase will apply for the Conga Room and Club Nokia shows; a four ticket limit per purchase will apply for the Nokia Theatre show.
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