The Staples Center in Los Angeles released facts of slain rapper Nipsey Hussle’s star-studded “Celebration of Life” confirmed for Thursday, April 11.

Hussle, 33, was fatally shot outdoors his clothes shop in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 31.

A flyer announcing the time and date of the memorial service was posted on Hussle’s Instagram web page on Monday. The flyer shows an artist’s rendition of the “Double Up” rapper depicted as an Angel with substantial wings and wearing a white outfit.

The caption reads: “Join Us for the Celebration of the Life & Legacy of Nipsey Hussle.”

The memorial service will commence at 10 a.m. sharp on Thursday and finish at 12 noon. Doors will open at eight a.m. Cost-free tickets are restricted to 4 per household and restricted to California residents only.

Tickets will be accessible on Axs.com starting on Tuesday morning, April 9, at 10 a.m. regional time.

Cameras and video gear are banned throughout the service.

“Out of respect to the loved ones, cameras and recording devices will not be permitted inside the venue. You may well be asked to leave the occasion if you are discovered recording or taking photographs.”

Safety will be tight and all guests will be topic to a metal detector screening and visual inspection of all bags by Staples safety and members of the LAPD. Mourners are asked not to bring any backpacks of any size, or bags bigger than 14″ x 14″ x six”.