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Friday, January 7, 2011

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1 of my Favorite Icon ever since I was 3 years old name Prince will be playing at formally Reunion Arena N Dallas Texas during Super Bowl Weekend to benefit The Goss-Foundation. Here is the 411 on the Event and it's Location.

PRINCE TO PERFORM AT the Event
BENEFITING THE GOSS-MICHAEL FOUNDATION
DURING THE BIGGEST WEEKEND IN FOOTBALL
WHEN: Friday, February 4, 2011 at 8:00 p.m.

WHERE: the Event Tent Complex at the site formerly known as Reunion Arena
Reunion Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75207


WHAT: the Event, is an all-inclusive evening of music and culture with an intimate performance with legendary songwriter, musician, producer, actor and performer – the one and only Prince, benefiting The Goss-Michael Foundation.

This all-inclusive soiree boasts 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 DJ’s, a silent auction, as well as additional special guests to be announced.

the Event 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.

Arts and Culture supporters can experience the Event with those who are as invested in the community as they are through ticket and table donations benefiting The Goss-Michael Foundation. “One of The Goss-Michael Foundation’s missions has been to encourage the talents of young artists, both visual and performing, through our statewide high school scholarship programs. With the funds raised at this one-of-a-kind event, students will be able to reach for their dreams. Prince is an artist that hundreds of millions of people around the world admire. Our scholarship winners and all of us are honored that Prince has selected The Goss-Michael-Foundation as the beneficiary” says Joyce Goss of The Goss-Michael Foundation

“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.

Tickets on sale from Friday 7th January at http://www.princedallas.com/

WHO: A music legend, Prince has produced ten platinum albums and thirty Top 40 singles during his career. Prince founded his own recording studio and label, writing, self-producing and playing most, or all, of the instruments on his recordings. He has won seven Grammy™ Awards, a Golden Globe™ and an Academy Award™. In 2004, Prince was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In that same year Rolling Stone ranked Prince #28 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. According to Robert Larsen in his book, History of Rock and Roll, Prince is "one of the most talented and commercially successful pop musicians of the last 20 years". On February 4th, 2007, he performed for the Super Bowl XLI Halftime show, Billboard.com called it the greatest Super Bowl performance ever.

About The Goss-Michael Foundation™

The Goss-Michael Foundation, founded by recording artist George Michael and his partner Kenny Goss. is dedicated to contributing to Dallas' thriving artistic community and enhancing the public's familiarity and interaction with mid- career and emerging British artists. Through the Foundation, the public is not only able to view the work of internationally renowned artists, but is able to see the relationships that exist between them within the context of the collection. In addition to its stimulating exhibitions, the Foundation has assembled a resource center, providing a library and archive of research materials for the benefit of students, educators and aspiring young artists, as well as a growing scholarship program benefiting Texas high school seniors. Since 2007, over $50,000 in scholarships has been awarded to visual arts and music students enabling them to pursue a higher education in the arts. http://www.gossmichaelfoundation.com

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