Rita Ora, David Guetta, Kygo, and many more come together in a benefit concert in tribute to Avicii

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The Swedish city of Stockholm has been dressed up to celebrate a concert tribute to Avicii. More than 58.000 people have gathered at the Friend’s Arena in a show of more than two hoursthat has been relayed through social networks.

Rita Ora, David Guetta, Kygo, and Adam Lambert have been some of the artists that have jumped on the stage to remember the DJ. In addition, the public has been enjoying the live sessions of djs such as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Laidback Luke and Nicky Romero.

The benefits of this tribute, in which he played such hits as ‘Fade Into Darkness’, ‘The Nights’, ‘Hey Brother’ or ‘Levels’, will be allocated to the Foundation Tim Berglingthat fight against mental illness and suicide prevention.

The family and friends of Avicii kept her legacy alive with new music. In June, went on sale ‘TIM’, the disc posthumous DJthat was made possible thanks to the work of the duo of producers Vargas & Lagola. The album, consisting of 12 songs, including the collaborations of Imagine Dragons, Chris Martin of Coldplay and Joe Janiak.

Tim Bergling, better known as Avicii, he committed suicide on April 20, 2018in Oman, with 28 years. Two years before, had announced its withdrawal from the scenarios.