It will open its doors in 2021. The DJ will have his place for fans to learn a little more about his work, and the projects that did not come to light due to the sudden death of the producer.
On April 20, 2018 Avicii closed his eyes definitively by killing himself. Since then his legacy has been present through his music and the foundation that his parents created to honor him and help people who are facing such depressing episodes as to consider ending their lives.
The museum in honor of the producer, will feature unpublished photographs and videos from the world of Dance music.
This project will come to join the cultural complex called "Space" which is located in one of the main squares in Stockholm. As expected, part of the exhibition's income will go to the “Tim Bergling” foundation.
The museum will also include tracks that were used to create the album 'Tim' released in 2019, a year after the DJ ended his life.
The Avicci experience will offer aspects as personal as the room in which the Dance's mastermind began his musical journey, to the studio in which he created the best known hits.