Although Prince is gone, his musical legacy lives on through the dance floor. On Friday night, Subculture, a New Wave dance club at Suite 1828 on Sunrise Highway in Merrick, will hold a special tribute to the Purple One at 9 p.m.
“We will be playing a four-block of Prince songs at the top of every hour,” says DJ Tim Cody, 44, of Alternative Sounds. “Prince is a big request. He’s always been a fan favorite.”
Guests can expect to hear hits like “Kiss,” “Let’s Go Crazy” and “When Doves Cry” mixed in with deep cuts like “Sexy MF,” “Gett Off,” “Delirious” and “Pop Life.” There will even be a complimentary dessert/coffee bar serving Raspberry Beret and Under the Cherry Moon cupcakes.CRITIC'S TAKEGamboa: Prince’s influence transcends great music THROWBACKFrom the archives: Prince’s ‘85 Coliseum show
Admission is $10 (21 and over) and guests are encouraged to wear something purple. For more information, visit facebook.com/subculture-at-the-suite-147513405261824
“Purple Rain” is in the forecast starting Saturday. The 1984 musical drama starring Prince will be screened at 87 AMC theaters across the country, including AMC Stony Brook 17, according to TheWrap.com. The movie runs through Thursday. For show times and ticket info, go to amctheatres.com.
This summer The Paramount in Huntington will welcome Prince tribute band The Purple Xperience on July 23. Led by Matt Fink, aka Doctor Fink from Prince’s band The Revolution from 1978 to 1991, the band seeks to revive Prince’s spirit in vocals, fashion and multiple instrumentation.
Ticket information will be announced soon. For more information, call 631-673-7300 or visit paramountny.com.