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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Paper Tiger to Throw Prince Dance Party and Screening of Purple Rain

Posted By on Tue, May 24, 2016 at 5:27 PM

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It's been a month since we said goodbye to our sweet Prince, and instead of feeling blue, here's a chance to feel purple – it's what Prince would've wanted. 

At Paper Tiger's cleverly-titled "Purple Reign" party, you'll have the opportunity to dance the night away to the artist-formerly-known-as' legendary music like its going out of style (even though it's totally not, like, ever). There will also be a projector showing some choice Prince cuts. Let's just say there's a forecast for Purple Rain. 



For really, really die hard fans, $25 Prince tattoos will be offered, courtesy of tattooist Carlos G, of Doomsday Tattoos. I'm sure you can sneak a "Love Symbol" or a crying dove somewhere on your bod – mom certainly wouldn't mind some ink dedicated to The Purple One.

So get your ass to Paper Tiger Saturday, June 4 at 10 p.m. for the free event. It doesn't matter if you take an Uber, hitch a ride in your friends Hyundai, or, dare I say, drive up in your "Little Red Corvette." For Prince.  


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