CHANHASSEN, Minn. (AP) _ Fans of the artist formerly known as Prince will have a chance to see where he works when he opens his Paisley Park studios for a weeklong celebration.

From June 7 to June 12, fans willing to fork over $70 can take a half-hour tour of Paisley Park in this Minneapolis suburb, where Prince has made many of his records and videos. The tours will move through the recording studios, personal offices, wardrobe room and sound stages, his publicist said in a statement. Prince will not conduct the tours himself.

Each night, ticket holders also can attend parties that will include Prince concert footage and live performances by ``surprise musical guests,'' the statement said. Visitors will be asked to vote on which of his unreleased songs should be included on future albums.

``He's been wanting to do this for a while,'' said Jacqui Thompson, a Paisley Park official.