The Senator Theatre will pay tribute to the late Prince with four screenings of "Purple Rain," the Oscar-winning movie in which he starred.
Prince, the legendary pop star, died Thursday at 57.
Prince also did the music for "Purple Rain." The 1984 film, which was directed by Albert Magnoli, won an Academy Award for best original song score.
The Senator Theatre will screen "Purple Rain" on April 29, April 30 and May 4.
Find more information and buy tickets here.
More Baltimore businesses and venues paying tribute to Prince:
-AMC Theatres announced it would be offering special showings of "Purple Rain" in theaters across the country, including two showings per day between April 23 and April 28 at the AMC Loews White Marsh 16 and the AMC Magic Johnson Capital Center 12 in Largo.
Tickets and more info can be found here.
-Hampden's Milk & Ice vintage boutique is spotlighting the icon by featuring items such as a purple velvet blazer, a 1960s purple umbrella, a not-quite-raspberry beret and a scarf in the shop.
-The Creative Alliance will host "Nothing Compares 2 U," a celebration of Prince's life and legacy on June 7, the musician's birthday. The event will feature local musicians, including The Remainders and Jen Tydings, and a special prize for the most "Princely" attire. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Tickets can be purchased online.
-B&O American Brasserie added a "Purple Rain" cocktail to its spring menu earlier in April to pay homage to the musician.
-The Crown, located in Station North, featured specialty Prince-inspired cocktails Thursday night, according to the venue's Facebook page. The red room offered three selections -- "When Doves Cry," "Raspberry Beret" and "I Would Die For You" -- while the blue room offered "Wanna Be Yr Lover." The bar also hosted a screening of "Purple Rain" and a Prince karaoke special on Tuesday.
-Mother's Federal Hill Grille offered "Purple Crush" drinks Thursday night.