The 54-year-old singer, who died unexpectedly in her sleep on Dec. 26, will be laid to rest at Forest Lawn Cemetery's Liberty Hall at 1 p.m. PST.
An estimated 700 people are expected for the invite-only Catholic funeral service.
Singers Smokey Robinson, Shanice and Stevie Wonder are slated to sing for the memorial, while celebrities such as Kym Whitley, New Edition and singer Shirley Murdock are scheduled to attend.
The Santa Monica, Calif.-bred singer was cremated. The cause of death remains undetermined.
Marie would have celebrated 32 years in entertainment this year.
In 2009, she celebrated 30 years in the music business by releasing her 13th CD, 'Congo Square,' on Stax Records.
That year she was also featured on TV One's 'Unsung,' which remains the highest-rated episode among the series franchise.
More recently, the Rick James-protege had signed with the hip-hop label Cash Money Records for a second time.
She had planned to release her 14th CD on the label in 2011. Cash Money released Marie's 2004 CD, 'La Dona.'
Remembering Teena Marie
Since her debut in 1979, Teena Marie has earned the love, respect and admiration of a plethora of entertainers. The soul singer's burst on the scene with a breakout duet with Rick James called 'Fire and Desire' and fought for her release from Motown Records, which resulted in the 'Teena Marie Law' mandating a label cannot keep an artist under contract without releasing his or her music. Some of today's biggest artists and actors went to the World Wide Web to express their love and sadness with the loss of the 'Square Biz' songstress. Here are their thoughts on this influential music figure.
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