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Prince's Xenophobia

11:52 AM Tuesday 6/4/02 | |

Either Prince is badly in need of a dictionary or his ironic sense of humor has missed the mark. Whatever the case, his oddly named Xenophobia celebration is set to go down June 21-27 at his Paisley Park studios in Minneapolis.

While Xenophobia is defined as "an intense fear or dislike of foreign people," the week-long music fest isn't limited to North Americans. Fans from all over the world are invited to attend the event, which will see the likes of Maceo Parker, Sheila E & The E/Train, Victor Wooten, Norah Jones, Bernard Allison, Musiq, and Rachelle Ferrell performing.

Prince and his NPG band will be on hand to perform every night.

In addition to the nightly concerts, there will be musician workshops, daily discussions led by special guests, and listening sessions featuring new NPG music.

Weekly passes are on sale to NPG Music Club members for $250 a pop. Each ticket grants the passholder access to nightly performances by Prince and his guests as well as the opportunity to attend the discussions.

Day passes for the general public will be available for outside and limited inside activities. A limited number of tickets for the nightly concerts may be available to the general public

Partial proceeds from Xenophobia will go to benefit Prince's charity, Love4OneAnother.

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