Detroit will be the second stop of Prince's 2015 Hit & Run Tour, which embraces the pop-up show model he deployed last year in Europe. Each show is being announced one by one, just days ahead of time. The U.S. run started last month in Louisville, where he played four shows in two nights.
Tonight's show announcement says a portion of show proceeds will go to local charities.
Tickets for the shows cost $97 to $275, and platinum tickets were available for more than $1,000.
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