Prince - who was responsible for having created some of the most wildly creative and original music in modern history - died of an accidental overdose of prescription painkillers in 2016, aged 57.
The 02 will host My Name Is Prince featuring some of the artist's most famed possessions, from his ruffle shirt and shiny purple coat (both of which will need no introduction) to his gloriously flamboyant diamond-studded cane.
The Director of Archives at Paisley Park, Angie Marchese also issued a statement: "At Paisley Park, Prince constructed and inhabited a creative reality that was wholly unique, allowing him to fluidly develop music and artistic works spontaneously and without limitation".
The exhibition will run for 21 days from 27 October, and marks 10 years since Prince played a run of 21 sell-out shows at the O2 in 2007 as part of his Earth tour, still an unbeaten record. "This is the first time we've taken any items out of Paisley Park", she told The Guardian.
Fans will be able to see Prince's stage costumes, jewelry, song lyrics and customized guitars, including one he played during his first TV appearance in 1980 on American Bandstand.
Nelson said: "You can watch him on tape but to actually see the cane that close or a guitar he had it nearly takes your breath away". "I love the guitars". I love, love, love the clothes, and the shoes!
(Radio.com) London's O2 Arena will be the starting location for the upcoming Prince exhibit, My Name Is Prince. Tickets for the exhibit go on sale Friday at the My Name Is Prince site.