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In memory of Avicii: Stockholm will open a museum in 2021

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In memory of Avicii: Stockholm will open a museum in 2021
Avicii's album TIM won a Swedish Grammi in February of the Best Electro / Dance Of The Year category.The Swedish Music Prize has been awarded annually since 1969 and has a similar meaning in Sweden to the American Grammys in the United States.

Avicii, who died in 2018, will have his own exhibition in Stockholm next year.In the "Avicii Experience" fans should be able to follow the path of the DJ to become a world star.Previously unpublished pictures, videos and songs should also be on display in the museum.

Aviciiwas a gifted artist and his death in April 2018 was one of the saddest moments in recent years for the music world.With hits like "Levels", "Wake Me Up" or "Hey Brother",Tim Berglingconqueredthe hearts of fans and an exhibition in his home country is now intended to commemorate this glorious career.



This will open its doors in 2021 under the title "Avicii Experience" and thus honor the late star DJ.Visitors canfollowAvicii'scareer "from a retired music nerd to a celebrated superstar," as the press release states.You can see both his children's room and a replica of his studio in Los Angeles.Photos, videos and previously unpublished songs will also be part of the exhibition.

The whole thing is a project of the cultural center SPACE, which will combine digital elements such as gaming and music under one roof and will open at Stockholm's Sergeldtorg next year.The money raised by the exhibition goes to theTim Bergling Foundation.The foundation was founded byKlas BerglingandAnki Lidén, the parents of the exceptional Swedish artist, and primarily provides information about the treatment of mental illness and suicide prevention.

More information about the exhibition on how to get tickets will be announced soon.