Local theaters screening ‘Purple Rain’ to pay tribute to Prince

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – After the sudden death of music legend, Prince, at the age of 57, fans have been paying tribute to him throughout the country. The Washington D.C. metro area is no exception. Several local theaters will be screening Prince’s film ‘Purple Rain’ this week.

AMC Theaters throughout DC and Baltimore will have showings of the film throughout the weekend. The theaters in DC include AMC Hoffman 22 and AMC MJ Capital Center 12. In Baltimore, you can see the film at AMC White Marsh 16. For showtimes, you can visit AMC’s website: https://www.amctheatres.com/

‘Purple Rain,’ released in 1985, earned Prince an Oscar for Best Original Score.