Prince fans are celebrating the life of the musician on the anniversary of his death.

FOX's Michele Pollino reports:

Celebration 2017 kicked off Thursday evening, the four day festival in Minneapolis honors the life and legacy of Prince, one year after the superstars death by gathering at Minnesota sites he made famous. His home and studio Paisley Park will be the centerpiece of events. It opened as a museum in October.

The weekend celebration features performances by former Prince bandmates, panel discussions and First Avenue, the club featured in Prince's film "Purple Rain," will be the scene for dance parties throughout the weekend both in and outside the venue.

Michelle Pollino, FOX News.

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