CHANHASSEN, Minn. -- Family and former bandmates of superstar Prince arrived at the late musician's estate in suburban Minneapolis.
Percussionist Sheila E. and bassist Larry Graham have both been spotted at Paisley Park, his studio compound in Chanhassen. Prince's sister Tyka Nelson and brother-in-law Maurice Nelson have also been seen on the grounds.
Thousands of fans have been flocking to Paisley Park and other sites made famous by Prince since he was found dead Thursday morning. They've been leaving flowers, balloons, guitars and even pancakes in his memory.
Fans are also leaving flowers and balloons beneath Prince's star at the Minneapolis club First Avenue, where he filmed "Purple Rain" and performed many times. First Avenue will host its third all-night dance party beginning Saturday night to honor the singer.
The Minnesota Historical Society has put Prince's outfit from "Purple Rain" on display in the lobby of the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul.
A cause of death for the "Purple Rain star" has not been released.