Prince / Erykah Badu
February 4, 2011
15201 Dallas Parkway , Addison, TX
$1500 - $25000
Prince will headline theEvent, an all-inclusive soiree the includes music, art, food, spirits, and more. Along with the rare performance by Prince, entertainment will include music from The Goss-Michael Foundation scholarship winners, guest DJs, a silent auction, and additional special guests.
theEvent will be held in Downtown Dallas at the site formerly known as Reunion Arena on Reunion Boulevard in an exclusive custom designed climate-controlled performance tent.
Single Ticket $1500 Contribution includes general admission, open bar and food stations.
VIP Nest for Six $12,000 Contribution includes VIP admission, reserved lounge style seating for six, dedicated server for drinks and food.
Head Table for Ten $25,000 Contribution includes VIP admission, plush stage side seating for 10 and dedicated server for food and bottle service.
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