Hartford’s own Purple Luscious Love will perform a live music tribute to Prince paying homage to Prince Rogers Nelson on the anniversary of his passing
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A concert paying homage to legendary singer and songwriter, Prince, by Connecticut’s premiere band, Purple Luscious Love.
April 21st | 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm | Chopin Ballroom at the Hartford PNH
Wear your purple and enjoy an amazing performance of Prince’s music!
April 21st is the anniversary of Prince’s passing. We are honored to currently be the sole venue in Connecticut hosting a live concert tribute honoring the music and art of Prince on the anniversary of his passing.
There are a very limited amount of VIP tickets at $29 available for this live music tribute to Prince. These guarantee ballroom floor access. The VIP tickets are only available at the #HartfordPNH or from the band. There are only 50 of these tickets available. (UPDATE 3/7/18: Most of these tickets have been sold already.)
General Admission Tickets are Available Now.
- Tickets bought at the PNH – $29+ (floor or balcony)
- Tickets on Eventbrite – $29++ (floor or balcony)
- Tickets on the night of the concert – $37 (IF available, plan for balcony)
Once all tickets are gone, that’s it. Call the night of the performance to find out if any door tickets are available. Must be 21+ to attend.
860.247.1784 | Info@PolishHomeCT.org
The Chopin Ballroom bar and Hartford PNH bar will both be open before and during the concert. FREE onsite parking with overflow parking around our venue – See the parking guide and map.
Connecticut’s very own Purple Luscious Love will be on stage for this live music tribute to Prince. Below are video and pictures of the band.
Quotes by Prince:
“Every day I feel is a blessing from God, and I consider it a new beginning. Yeah, everything is beautiful.”
“Compassion is an action word with no boundaries.”
“Sometimes it takes years for a person to become an overnight success.”
“Technology is cool, but you’ve got to use it as opposed to letting it use you.”
“I like constructive criticism from smart people.”
“But I’m a musician. That’s what I do. And I also am music.”