Two years after the untimely passing of Tim Bergling better known as Avicii, there are now plans to celebrate the memory of the late DJ with a museum in his birthplace Stockholm.
According to reports, the memorial museum will be part of a new digital culture center opening in the Swedish capital. Dubbed the “Avicii Experience,” the museum is a joint project between Space, the Pophouse Entertainment Group, and the Tim Bergling Foundation, which was founded by his parents Klas Bergling and Anki Lidén to support mental health awareness.
The museum opening next year will feature Bergling’s unpublished music, photographs and memorabilia. According to Per Sundin, chief executive of Pophouse Entertainment, “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.”
The Avicii Experience Museum is set to open in the summer of 2021.
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