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A new museum called the “Avicii Experience” is coming up in Stockholm, in the memory of late DJ Avicii, who has given hit tracks including “Wake me up” and “Levels.” The museum will open as a part of a new digital culture centre in 2021. DJ Avicii Leaves Rs 1.78 Billion Fortune to His Parents After Death
“Avicii Experience” will give a dive into the late musician’s life with the help of unpublished music, photographs and memorabilia from his life and career, reports aceshowbiz.com. Avicii Committed Suicide by Cutting Himself and Bleeding to Death: Swedish DJ Died Due to Self-inflicted ‘Cuts From Glass’
Avicii, whose real name was Tim Bergling, was 28, when he was found dead in Muscat, Oman in April 2018.