hits include ''Purple Rain'' and ''Kiss,'' will play 21
shows in London this summer.
The pansexual pop
superstar, who is a Jehovah's Witness, said he wouldn't
be playing any other European dates in 2007 because he must
devote time to studying the Bible.
Tickets for the
Earth Tour, set to begin August 1, will be priced at $62
in tribute to his last album, 3121, he said
Tuesday at a press conference.
Fans will receive
a copy of his new album with their ticket.
''Last time I was
here, a lot of people didn't get to see me, so we are
trying to make it affordable for everybody,'' said Prince,
who spoke to the media in a darkened room lined with
purple drapes. ''That's why we are doing such an
The tour will
begin with seven nights at London's O2 Arena. It will also
include some secret club gigs. Tickets for the O2 Arena
shows go on sale Friday morning.
Prince said he's
prepared about 150 songs and will play a different
selection at each show--including a version of the
Beatles' ''The Long and Winding Road.''
''There are going
to be so many nights here that we are going to change
the show every night,'' he said.
declared himself ''a big fan'' of English chanteuse Amy
Winehouse and said he hoped she would show up at one of his