The Avicii Experience exhibition is set to open its doors this weekend.
Located at Space Stockholm, the immersive and interactive journey through the life and work of the late DJ and producer, real name Tim Bergling, will chronicle his career, from early beginnings as a bedroom music maker, to EDM superstar.
Among the exhibits at the exhibition, which will open its doors tomorrow, 26th February, are a recreation of Avicii's childhood bedroom, featuring his own personal items, as well as a space featuring equipment from his Los Angeles studio, including his beloved grand piano.
"An important part of designing the Avicii Experience was the focus on the actual experience," a press released reads. "Visitors are encouraged to explore and interact with Tim's music through custom-built applications. as a visitor you can make your own mix of 'Levels' and play around with different sounds and effects."
A percentage of proceeds will go to the Tim Bergling Foundation, established in the wake of the eponymous artist's death in 2018, with a goal of increasing awareness around mental health and suicide in young people.
“Tim would have been incredibly proud to be represented like this. The mix of a new digital take in combination with a classic museum would have appealed to him,” said Klas Bergling, Tim's father and founder of the Tim Bergling Foundation. In late 2021, Bergling spoke about the need for greater mental health support for young music artists.
Tickets for The Avicii Experience exhibition are available here.
Last month, it was announced that the Avicii INVECTOR video game would be released in VR format.