.

Prince Goes to the Movies

New album offered to fans who take in tour opener from theaters

March 5, 2004 12:00 AM ET

Prince fans champing at the bit to hear his new Musicology can receive a copy of the record by dropping in at their local cineplex on March 29th. That's the day the funk/soul legend kicks off his U.S. tour in Los Angeles, a performance that will be beamed via satellite to thirty-two Regal Entertainment, United Artist and Edwards theaters across the country.

Advance tickets for select theaters are available for $15 to members of Prince's NPG Music Club (npgmusicclub.com). Tickets will be made available to the general public, also $15, starting Tuesday at theater box offices or through regalcm.com. The ticket cost includes the copy of the album, which hasn't yet found a distributor and won't be available at that time through traditional retail outlets. Despite rumors that he'd re-signed with Warner Bros., Prince announced last month that he would be asking all of the major labels to release the album at once. "I might be a little crazy," he said, "but the notion is that everyone should get a piece of the pie."

The tour is currently scheduled to run twenty-six dates, but Prince, reunited with New Power Generation for the first time in six years, said, "We're going to go around the world and back."

Theater list:

Albuquerque, NM: UA Cottonwood Theater
Alhambra, CA: Edwards Renaissance
Arlington, VA: Regal Ballston Common
Atlanta: Regal Perimeter Point
Auburn, WA: Regal Auburn
Branford, CT: Regal Branford
Chamblee, GA: Regal Hollywood 24
Cleveland Heights, OH: Regal Severance Town Center
Columbia, MD: UA Snowden Square
Columbus, OH: Regal Georgeville Square
Dallas: UA Galaxy
Denver: UA Denver Pavilion
Dublin, CA, Regal Hacienda Crossings
Emeryville, CA: UA Emery Bay
Englewood, CO: UA Greenwood Plaza
Fort Worth, TX: UA Fossil Creek
Hazelwood, MO: Regal St. Louis Mills
Houston: Edwards Marquee
Indianapolis: UA Circle Center
Irvine, CA: Edwards Irvine Spectrum
King of Prussia, PA: UA King of Prussia Stadium
Knoxville, TN: Regal West Town Mall
Las Vegas: Regal Village Square
Lincolnshire, IL: Regal Lincolnshire
Marlborough, MA: Regal Solomon Pond
Miami: UA Movies at the Falls
Minneapolis: Regal Brooklyn Center
Nashville: Regal Opry Mills
New Rochelle, NY: Regal New Roc City
New York: Regal Union Square
North Brunswick, NY: Regal Commerce Center
Oklahoma City: Regal Crossroads Mall
Philadelphia: UA Riverview Plaza
Portage, MI: Regal Crossroads Mall
Portland, OR: Regal Lloyd Center
Royal Palm Beach, FL: Regal Royal Palm Beach
Sacramento, CA: Regal Natomas Marketplace
San Diego: Edwards Mira Mesa
Scottsdale, AZ: UA Scottsdale Pavilion
Walled Lake, MI: UA Commerce Township
Westbury, NY: UA Westbury
Williamsville, NY: Regal Transit Center

Prince tour dates:

3/29: Los Angeles, Staples Center
3/31: Phoenix, Glendale Arena
4/2: Dallas, American Airlines Center
4/6: Oklahoma City, Ford Center
4/7: Omaha, NE, Qwest Center
4/8: Ames, IA, Hilton Coliseum
4/10: Champaign, IL, Assembly Hall
4/12: Indianapolis, Conseco Fieldhouse
4/13: Cincinnati, U.S Bank Arena
4/14: Pittsburgh, Mellon Arena
4/16: Columbus, OH, Value City Arena/Schottenstein Center
4/17: Cleveland, Gund Arena
4/18: State College, PA, Bryce Jordan Center
4/21: Columbia, SC, Colonial Center
4/22: Knoxville, TN, Thompson-Boling Arena
4/23: Raleigh, NC, RBC Center
4/25: Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Office Depot Center
4/26: Tampa, FL, St. Pete Times Forum
4/27: Jacksonville, FL, Veterans Memorial Arena
4/29: Birmingham, AL, BJCC Coliseum
4/30: Atlanta, Philips Arena
5/1: Biloxi, MI, Mississippi Coast Coliseum
5/4: Kansas City, MO, Kemper Arena
5/5: St. Louis , MO, Savvis Center
5/6: Nashville, TN, Gaylord Entertainment Center
6/12: Bossier City, LA, CenturyTel Center

To read the new issue of Rolling Stone online, plus the entire RS archive: Click Here

prev
Music Main Next
Around the Web
Powered By ZergNet
Daily Newsletter

Get the latest RS news in your inbox.

Sign up to receive the Rolling Stone newsletter and special offers from RS and its
marketing partners.

X

We may use your e-mail address to send you the newsletter and offers that may interest you, on behalf of Rolling Stone and its partners. For more information please read our Privacy Policy.

Song Stories

“Long Walk Home”

Bruce Springsteen | 2007

When the subject of this mournful song returns home, he hardly recognizes his town. Springsteen told Rolling Stone the alienation the man feels is a metaphor for life in a politically altered post-9/11 America. “Who would have ever thought we’d live in a country without habeas corpus?” he said. “That’s Orwellian. That’s what political hysteria is about and how effective it is. I felt it in myself. You get frightened for your family, for your home. And you realize how countries can move way off course, very far from democratic ideals.”

More Song Stories entries »
 
www.expandtheroom.com