Fans mourn death of music icon Prince

Minnesotans, celebrities and fans of all generations are mourning the death of iconic pop-rock legend Prince

Fans have been arriving at Paisley Park, Prince's recording studio in Chanhassen, to pay tribute to the music icon, leaving purple flowers. 

First Avenue, the popular Minneapolis concert venue where Prince frequently performed, is hosting a free, all-night dance party in honor of the singer. It kicks off at 11 p.m. for fans 18 and older. Hordes of fans have also been stopping by the club throughout the day, leaving leaving flowers beneath Prince's star on the side of the building. 


Local radio stations, Minnesota Public Radio's The Current and Kool 108, will be playing Prince on the air on all day. 

Celebrities and others have taken to Twitter to express their grief over the singer's untimely death. Rap artist Lupe Fiasco told fans to wear purple to his concert at Pourhouse Thursday night.