The Tim Bergling foundation has recruited Alesso, and a whole further range of artists, as part of a new scheme with Save The Children. The collaboration is to mark May's Mental Health Awareness month, with both organisations keen to address the stigma around mental health, and the conversations which surround mental illness. Klas Bergling, father of Tim (aka Avicii) added
After Avicii tragically passed away, his father Klas Bergling started the Tim Bergling Foundation. Aiming to raise money for suicide prevention work, mental health and environmental works as the main focuses, it means that Avicii lives on in a way that helps other people and does good for the world, just like his music and legacy did. Starting the foundation in March of 2019,
It's been more than a year after Avicii's unfortunate passing but the dance music community still holds the Swedish superstar DJ and producer in all honour. After being announced on Wednesday, ticket sales for the Avicii tribute concert on December 5th in Stockholms Friends Arena, started yesterday and sold out within 30 minutes from being on sale. The concert is organized
19 of the original singers on Avicii’s biggest tracks, including Aloe Blacc, Adam Lambert, Alex Ebert, Rita Ora and Joe Janiak, will come together with a 30-piece band to perform a two hour headline set of the late artist's original music on December 5 at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, for the Avicii Tribute Concert for Mental Health Awareness, the Avicii team announced
The suicide of 28-year-old Swedish DJ and producer Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii, brought to light last year, the underlying mental health issues that are becoming increasingly common within performing artist and those working in the music industry. Avicii’s father, Klas Bergling spoke recently at the International Music Summit in Ibiza, sharing the ethics and philosophy of the newly created Tim Bergling Foundation.