If you missed the first two Questlove sets dedicated to Prince, the third iteration of the deejay's extended tribute comes to Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg Thursday night.
Doors open at 6 p.m. At 8 p.m., there will be a screening of a video shot March 30, 1985, in Syracuse, N.Y., during the Purple Rain tour, that reemerged after Prince died April 21.
DJ Questlove, a long-time Prince fan who's already dedicated two Brooklyn Bowl shows to Prince since the musical pioneer died last month at 57, is expected to take the stage at about 11 p.m.
On Instagram, the DJ said that he'd been overwhelmed by the turnout at his two earlier tributes.
"Never in the history of #BowlTrain has there been a party THIS MUCH in demand," he wrote.
Tickets are $7 to $10. Doors open at 6 p.m. Brooklyn Bowl is located at 61 Wythe Ave.
Never in the history of #BowlTrain has there been a party THIS MUCH in demand. I'd only do a 3rd week in a row ONLY IF it was possible to dedicate a good chunk of time to his work & it not be me tryna cram in 300+ songs in 3 hours. This is perfect: get off work come watch #PurpleRain at 6pm & #PrinceAndTheRevolution #LiveAtSyracuse 1985 at 8pm. Rent a lane. Eat Blue Ribbon Chicken & Greens or other items off the menu. I'll DJ FULL EXTENDED cutz this time around (I made it to the 14 min mark of the 32 min long #IWouldDie4U) so let's just say it's DIE Hard night. Y'all better enjoy this one cause I don't think I'm rocking Prince's music in NYC again til April 2017 (God Willing) #PurpleTrain #BowlTrain @brooklynbowl #BrooklynBowl #Prince.