PRNFamily Funky New Year 2020 at Paisley Park Honoring Prince Music Genius and Philanthropy

PRNFamily is focused on honoring the philanthropic and humanitarian legacy of his brother Prince by helping organizations Prince supported anonymously.
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MINNEAPOLIS - Dec. 3, 2019 - PRLog -- PRNFamily is asking guests to honor the humanitarianism of Prince by bringing non-perishable food items or winter coats and gloves to the Southwest Parking ramp where they will board a shuttle to Paisley Park to ring in Funky New Year 2020.  All donations go to Sabathani Community Center, which Prince supported for many years.  PRNFamily donation bins are located in main lobby of Sabathani for your convenience to drop off items now through December 31st.  Pat Anderson, Enterprise/ Programs Director at Sabathani Community Center stated: "We are honored and excited that the legacy of Prince,  his love for community and selfless spirit of giving continues to live in our halls and our walls here at Sabathani."  Ms. Anderson continued, "Prince performed in our auditorium, played basketball in our gymnasium, and more importantly built our dance studio. He was and still is a Sabathani Angel."

PRNFamily is making it possible for the community to purchase tickets to Funky New Year 2020 at Paisley Park for $20.20 on December 31, 2019, featuring a funky performance by a super group of musicians that were members of Prince's band throughout his career, Funk Soldiers; Grammy-award artist Judith Hill and bassist Andre Cymone, co-architect of The Minneapolis Sound. Doors open at 8pm with DJ Dudley D on the ones and twos.  Live music starts at 9pm, dancing and a champagne toast at midnight.  In the spirit of Prince, pancakes will be served. Guests must be 21 and over to attend.

For more information, go to: and follow PRNFamily on Twitter and Instagram using hashtags #PRNFamilyFNY2020 and #PurplePhilanthropy.


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A Message of Truth, Harmony and Love . . . When Prince Rogers Nelson's physical body transitioned from the world as we know it, we not only lost a brother, a mentor, and a gifted musician — we also lost an incredible human being. He was a seeker of the truth whose life was driven by a deep love of God and the desire to help those less fortunate than himself, often anonymously.  Aiming to support his legacy in truth, harmony, and love. A platform where we can all continue to show love for Prince.

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