These 7 Landmarks Awesomely Turned Purple For Prince

You won’t believe what happened at his Paisley Park estate

At 10 p.m. last night L.A. City Hall became one of dozens of buildings across the country to go purple in memory of the iconic performer Prince. Here are 7 of our favorites:

City Hall:

The Rain Room at LACMA:

The Forum:

Prince played the venue multiple times during his 21-concert residency in L.A. in 2011.

The U.S. Bank Tower:

The Minnesota Twins Stadium:

The Twins honored Prince, who was a Minnesota native, by turning the stadium purple. And after their win yesterday, they blasted “Little Red Corvette” in the clubhouse.

S.F. City Hall:

The moody sky in San Francisco seemed a fitting backdrop last night.

Paisley Park:

Mother Nature provided a tribute of her own over Prince’s Paisley Park estate in Minneapolis.

Coincidentally, Niagara Falls and the CN Tower in Toronto also were lit up in purple yesterday, but it was actually done to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday.

Understandably, this led to a lot of confusion:

It also gave rise to our new favorite conspiracy theory. Because if anyone has enough cosmic power to orchestrate something like that, it’s Prince: