An Avicii tribute concert is set to take place in Stockholm on 1st December.
A documentary about the life of Tim Bergling, aka Avicii, is currently in production, with a release scheduled for 2023.
Directed by Swedish filmmaker Henrik Burman, the film will look at Bergling's journey from unknown artist to international EDM superstar, featuring never-before-seen archive footage and interviews with the late artist.
It also includes newly-produced footage, and interviews with family, friends and colleagues about his life and music, and began production in 2019.
An Avicii 'Wake Me Up' animation has been shared by Google to celebrate what would have been the late-DJ's 32nd birthday, on 8th September.
The Google Doodle charts the artist, real name Tim Bergling, progressing from a young boy strumming a guitar to laptop producer, teenage DJ playing small parties, to performing for thousands of people after reaching the height of EDM fame.
Avicii’s ‘Levels’ has been ranked No. 1 in Tomorrowland’s Top 1000 festival tracks, for a second year running.
Decided by worldwide public vote, the results have formed daily playlists of 100 tracks each, broadcast on the Belgian event's own One World Radio. Launched in 2019, this edition of the Tomorrowland Top 1000 saw Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Moguai's 'Mammoth' rank at number two, for the third consecutive time.
Stockholm’s Ericsson Globe venue has been renamed Avicii Arena in honour of the late-Swedish electronic music star, real name Tim Bergling.
The decision has been brought about through collaboration between the Tim Bergling Foundation, ASM Global's Stockholm Live, Trygg-Hansa and Bauhaus, and will see the space used as a 'global hub for sharing ideas on young people's mental health'. To mark the occasion, The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra has recorded a new version of the artist's track, 'For A Better Day'.
Update 17/05/2021: A representative from Avicii's former US PR team has issued a clarification relating to the release of 'Don't Give Up On Us'. They state that the track will not be an Avicii release, that NERVO are not allowed to release any portion of the song/production written by Avicii, and that they are not allowed to use Avicii’s name in the release.
A collaboration between Avicii and Nervo, dating back a decade, is finally getting a release.
Tomorrowland World Radio will honour Avicii with an all-day tribute this week.
As a tribute to the late Avicii, Tomorrowland's World Radio will mark three years since the legendary artist's passing with a full day of programming dedicated to Avicii's music. The DJ and producer, real name Tim Bergling, died by suicide in 2018 aged 28-years-old.
Details of an official Avicii biography have been announced.
Tim: The Official Biography of Avicii, which was initially set for release in 2020, has now been confirmed for a 2021 release date.
The book has been written by Swedish journalist Måns Mosesson, with a press release stating that it intends to celebrate the late Avicii's life and music, while painting "an honest picture of Tim and his search in life, not shying from the difficulties that he struggled with.”
Aloe Blacc has confirmed he made “several” unreleased collaborations with Avicii.
California-born musician and singer/songwriter Aloe Blacc and the late Avicii worked together on some of the EDM star's biggest hits before his tragic death in 2018, most notably the 2013 track 'Wake Me Up', which has been certified Platinum in over 15 countries.
An Avicii memorial site is set to be built in Stockholm.
Almost three years since his death, it has been announced that a memorial site will be dedicated to the late EDM star in the Swedish capital of Stockholm. The DJ and producer, real name Tim Bergling, died by suicide in 2018 aged 28-years-old.