Saturday marks two-years since the death of Minnesota superstar Prince.
He died of an accidental fentanyl overdose at his Paisley Park home on April 21, 2016.
Overnight, landmarks across the Twin Cities like Target Field, and the 35-W bridge were lit up in purple.
His fans will be celebrating his life all throughout the weekend.
There is a big party at Paisley Park called "Celebration 2018." It's a four-day event, and as part of the party, fans are able to visit the Prince-forever tribute fence and the iconic sound stage. The fence will have fan-donated memorial messages on display.
As part of the festivities, there was a special concert event at Target Center Friday night. The show featured never before released audio and video of prince. A variety of musicians who worked with the pop star performed as well.
The show was originally scheduled for Saturday, the actual anniversary, but it was moved for the Timberwolves playoff game.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar took a moment to remember Prince on the Senate floor. She said, "For Minnesotans, Prince was our superstar next door. He made 'Purple Rain' a household name, First Avenue a landmark, and brought international fame to Minnesota's music scene. Minnesota loves Prince and Prince loved Minnesota."
Klobuchar said when Prince died on April 21, 2016, he left behind a legacy of music and made people all over the world want to dance.