Airbnb will open ’s legendary house in “Purple Rain” to the public

Airbnb will open ’s legendary house in “Purple Rain” to the public
Airbnb will open Prince’s legendary house in “Purple Rain” to the public

The “Purple Rain” house, purchased by before his death, will be open to the public for the first time. (Credits: archive)

The accommodation platform Airbnb announced the launch of a new special reservation package for music and film fans. The section titled “Icons” It offers the unique opportunity to stay in emblematic places of art, a different experience in spaces that, until now, had remained out of reach of the general public. In the 11 options listed, the house of Prince in Minnesota, iconic film location PurpleRain.

The home, located on Snelling in the Longfellow community of Minneapolis, is widely recognized after appearing in the musical drama that brought Prince to worldwide fame. The residence not only served as the setting for several exterior sequences in the film but has also become a place of pilgrimage for the musician’s fans in later years.

As part of the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the release of the album and the film purple rainAirbnb carefully restored the home to open it to the public for the first time starting August 1.

The “Icons” category allows you to stay in emblematic places of art and cinema. (Credits: Airbnb)

The platform offers “enter Prince’s universe”, exploring the corners of the space that the musical genius once inhabited. Additionally, guests will be able to enjoy an exclusive studio session, where unreleased and special Prince tracks will be shared in an intimate setting. An experience close to the creative spirit of the artist.

According to data from Airbnb to the media, each experience will be launched with affordable prices. In fact, most of those offered in the “Icons” category are free or have a price less than $100 per personalthough places are extremely limited.

For those interested in visiting Prince’s house, the Airbnb page implements a countdown system. This will show the moment when the list is activated and the lucky ones selected will receive a “digital golden ticket” to confirm their reservation.

Guests will be able to explore the house and access a studio session with unreleased Prince tracks. (Credits: Airbnb)

purple rain is, without a doubt, one of Prince’s most emblematic and revolutionary projects, marking a turning point both in his career and in the pop culture of the 1980s. Released in 1984, this self-titled album and film solidified Prince as a global superstar and evidenced his artistic genius in fusing genres such as rock, pop, funk and R&B in a way that had not been seen before.

In addition to the stay at the location of purple rainAirbnb’s new “Icons” series includes other immersive experiences in movies and celebrity encounters, such as the chance to spend a night in the recreated house from “Up,” a stay at Mansion X Menor personal interactions with figures such as and Doja Cat.

The “Icons” category also includes experiences such as the “Up” house, the X-Mansion from “X-Men” and celebrity encounters. (Credits: Airbnb)

Each of the offerings is designed to take guests to worlds that would have been considered “impossible” or “imaginary.” The list also mentions, for example, a walk through Riley’s control room (alluding to the animated film Intensely).

Other Airbnb proposals are: a stay with the Bollywood star Janhvi Kapoor at his family home in Chennai, India; a trip to stay at the Ferrari Museum in Italy; an experience in the clock room of the Musee d’Orsay in Paris; a week of travel with the reggaetón artist Feid on his luxurious tour bus; and a late-night gaming trip to Milan, Italy, with social media celebrity and gamer Khaby Lame.

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