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Prince to host 2 a.m. "pajama party" at Paisley Park this weekend

Posted by: Chris Riemenschneider under Music, Concert news, Minnesota musicians Updated: October 16, 2013 - 9:37 AM

CORRECTION: The party will be in the wee hours of Saturday morning, not Sunday.

Prince didn't quite fulfill the comment he made during his Paisley Park concert two weekends ago to "do this again next weekend," but he came close.

 

The king of late-night jams and last-minute announcements offered another surprise this morning, inviting fans out to his studio complex in Chanhassen once again this weekend, though this time there's a twist. Doors to his so-called “Breakfast Experience Pajama Dance Party” won’t open until 2 a.m. Saturday (after midnight Friday).

It’s unclear if he’s going to perform, but given the $50 “donation” asked for on the event poster, he had better not just be offering us pancakes. The poster also notes that fans can “party ‘til the sun comes up” and asks that they “dress 2 impress” and “keep it classy.” See-through negligees are out then.

The party is tied into his latest single, “Breakfast Can Wait,” whose flapjack-filled video was released last week. He previewed the video for some fans two weekends ago when he last opened up Paisley Park. Funny: We received tons of emails from fans worried that the 9 p.m. start time on that event would mean too late a night.

Here’s a video Prince’s people posted to tout the pajama bash.

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