Prince to play Seattle club shows?

Rumors began swirling today that Prince (yes PRINCE!) will be doing a West Coast club tour that will include four Seattle shows in two days next month. I am getting my info from the music blog Consequence Of Sound and as far as I can tell nothing is confirmed yet.

The report says their will be an early show and a late show on April 19th and 20th at the Showbox. What I do know is while those dates are booked currently at the Showbox at the Market there does not appear to be anything booked at the Showbox SoDo.

I will update if more info becomes available but one thing is for certain. If this is real, tickets are going to be damn near impossible to get your hands on.

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