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New museum to honour late Swedish DJ Avicii in Sweden

STOCKHOLM A public in information retention along the delayed microelectronic dance DJ Avicii will open in his homeland Stockholm as a new dissonant heritage office next, its originators previewed on Tuesday.

Avicii, whose real name turned out to be Tim Bergling, accomplished world attractiveness with these feel-good songs “Wake Me Up”, “Hey Brother” and “Sunshine”, which he co-produced with the use of David Guetta and that turned out to be nominated to obtain Grammy in 2012.

Bergling was at found inert in Oman in April 2018, having taken his life span before they turn 32. His kids said when it happened he’d found dealt with worry and “could not go on any longer”.

The art gallery, “Avicii Experience”, will just be dwelling in Space, a different special society place on account of open in the summertime of 2021, and consequently is the synovial project of Space, the Pophouse Entertainment Group, as well as having the Tim Bergling Foundation, which has been set up by his guardians Klas Bergling and Anki Lidén to give support to mental well-being realization.

Visitors should be able to learn part of Bergling’s unpublished tunes and see photographs and collectibles, said Per Sundin, ceo of Pophouse Entertainment, that will posseses ABBA the Museum, are found in Stockholm.

“There will be a story about Tim’s life, from his boyhood room where he was playing World of Warcraft with his friends, to his first songs, first demos,” said Sundin.

Mayor of Stockholm, Anna Konig Jerlmyr, explained Reuters during an e-mail they liked the museum may result in a information about mental well-being and suicide restriction.

Avicii, stylish step forward hit “Levels” appeared to be introduced by Billboard as anyone of the one-hundred musics to break down the 2010s, declared joe retirement from tour 2016, but kept on playing music.

“We are convinced that what Tim did during his short time in life had an enormous impact, and still has,” said Sundin.