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Prince performs as Samsung Galaxy presents Prince and A Tribe Called Quest at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, March 16, 2013. Getty Images

The world may still be mourning Prince, the legendary musician who died of a drug overdose in April, but Tuesday could present a chance to celebrate his life. Prince was born June 7, 1958, so he would have turned 58 this week.

Prince had an illustrious — and weird — career, changing his name to a symbol at one point, releasing more than 40 albums and winning seven Grammy Awards. And in the days after his death April 21, more than 4 million copies of his recordings were sold.

Spike Lee put on quite the birthday party for Prince in the Brooklyn borough of New York last weekend, playing music for six hours and drawing hundreds of people in purple to honor the late singer. The Rev. Al Sharpton told the Associated Press he thought Prince and boxer Muhammad Ali, who died Friday, must have been having a “big jam session.” Sharpton said: “Prince has heated up the band on the other side. And somewhere I see Ali waving his hands saying, ‘Purple Rain, Purple Rain.’”

The celebrations continue on Prince’s actual birthday. Here’s how some people are remembering him:

  • The George Tavern in London is throwing a nonstop Prince dance party for free between 7 p.m. and midnight local time.
  • The Haus nightclub in New York is hosting #princeBDAY, a party from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. EDT. Partygoers must be over 21 and wear purple.
  • The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland is holding “Let’s Go Crazy: A Prince Dance Party” at its museum 6-9 p.m. EDT. Encompassing a costume contest, the shindig is free, according to the Plain Dealer in the city.
  • The Imax Theater at the Indiana State Museum in Indianapolis is showing “Purple Rain” at 7:15 p.m. EDT.
  • The Creative Alliance in Baltimore is throwing “Nothing Compares 2 U: A Celebration of Prince on His Birthday” at 7:30 p.m. EDT. It’s sold out, but celebrants can buy tickets at the door to hear performances by people such as rapper Blaqstarr and soul singer Jonathan Gilmore.
  • The Untitled Supper Club in Chicago is having a live band at its Prince birthday event beginning at 7 p.m. local time. DJ Dudley D, Prince’s tour DJ, will perform as well. Tickets are free.
  • In Minneapolis, Richard R. Green Central Park Elementary School, where Prince was once enrolled, is giving a plaque in his honor its debut at 1 p.m. local time, according to the Star Tribune in the city.
  • The Big Dipper in Spokane, Washington, is hosting a dance party 7-10 p.m. local time with tunes from the local radio station KYRS. Tickets cost $5 each.
  • Atlanta’s the Sound Table is playing Prince's music only between Tuesday at 10 p.m. and Wednesday at 3 a.m. EDT at its event “I Wish U Heaven.”
  • The Good Room in Brooklyn is holding a listening session of “The Rainbow Children” at 7 p.m. EDT, followed by a tribute party hosted by DJ Spinna at 9 p.m.
  • The Hotel Vegas in Austin, Texas, is putting on a birthday celebration at 9 p.m. local time.
  • Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox in Denver is organizing “The Definitive Prince Birthday Celebration” with a Prince-themed photo booth, a costume contest and surprise guests. The event begins at 8:30 p.m. local time.
  • The Hard Rock Cafe at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, is displaying three of Prince’s actual outfits 11 a.m.-11 p.m. local time.

Can’t make it out? No worries. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, is making Prince’s song “Animal Kingdom” available to download for free on its website through Tuesday. “Tribute: Prince,” a Blue Water Productions comic book, will come out the same day, according to Reuters.