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Avicii is one of the biggest DJs on the international electronic dance music (EDM) scene. Born in Sweden in 1989 as Tim Bergling, Avicii has topped music charts around the world as a both a DJ and record producer. He was sixth out of the top 100 DJs by DJ... ... read more

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May 15 Thu

DJ Event / Electro House / House / Progressive House

7:30 pm
Chicago, United States / Allstate Arena Avicii
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Jun 28 Sat

DJ Event / Electro House / House / Progressive House

8:00 pm
New York, United States / Barclays Center Avicii
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Jun 29 Sun

DJ Event / Electro House / House / Progressive House

7:00 pm
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Avicii Videos

Avicii - Levels
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Avicii - Levels 22,463,642 views
AVICII LIVE IN CANADA 612 views
Avicii LIVE at Muzique [www.MuziqueMontreal.com] 13,885 views
Avicii interview with JadoreHouseMusic.com 20,235 views
Avicii Live au High club Nice 15,469 views
Nadia Ali - Rapture (Avicii Remix) Official Music Video [Full HD] 4,551,897 views
DJ Avicii - Interview - O2 Academy Leeds 6,274 views

Avicii Bio

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Avicii is one of the biggest DJs on the international electronic dance music (EDM) scene. Born in Sweden in 1989 as Tim Bergling, Avicii has topped music charts around the world as a both a DJ and record producer. He was sixth out of the top 100 DJs by DJ Magazine in 2011, officially marking Avicii’s rise as one of the most popular DJs in the world. Avicii’s collaboration with the electronic godfather, David Guetta, on “Sunshine” quickly gained the attention of music industry giants and even got a Grammy nomination for Best Dance Recording.

Avicii’s hit song “Levels” went platinum in Australia and Sweden and propelled him to the top ten charts in Austria, Croatia, Belgium, India, Germany, Bosnia, the UK, the Netherlands, Ireland, Greece, and Italy. Since signing with EMI Music in 2012, Avicii has gained over 2 million fans on Facebook and continues to be a staple at parties and nightclubs from LA to Tokyo.

With catchy hooks, hard beats, and influences ranging from Daft Punk to Tiësto, Avicci has carved out a name for himself as a living EDM legend and one of the top DJs on the planet. He was featured at the 2012 Lollapalooza in Chicago and brings his live set all over the world, turning the massive young crowd at each show into a wild sprawling dance party.

Avicii User Comments

Anne S. Jan 25, 2013
I saw Avicii live in Detroit a year ago and I must say it was one of the best concerts I have ever been too. He just knows what the audience wants to hear and I could not stop dancing the whole night. I would pay to see him over and over again.
Sam A. Aug 17, 2012
I would take DJ Philly Phil for free over paying a bunch of money to see Avicii play Levels. He is horrible live.
Paul F. Aug 17, 2012
I saw Avicii live at a party in the Hollywood Hills one night. Granted my opinion of DJs is already very low, but Avicii basically proved everything I've been saying. He just stood there the whole time one hand in the hair and the other pushing 'play' on his computer. Someone, some day will have to explain why anyone would pay extra money to watch this "live performance". It was the same as every DJ I've ever heard in every club I've ever been to, ever. No different than local DJ Scotty B, or club DJ Twizzler, or Bar DJ Philly Phil, or whoever. Not impressed. At. All.
Gabe L. Aug 15, 2012
There's a youtube video out entitled "Sh*t USC girls Say." In it, the actor shouts out, "Can you play 'Levels?' Do you know Avicii?" This line became a recurring inside jokes between my friends and I, making fun of how most girls at USC do obsess over the song, which I myself am not that big a fan of. I actually much prefer his song "Seek Bromance," which I find much catchier and fun to dance too. However, at Hard Summer, Skrillex played his remix of 'Levels." While I thought not enjoy this, considering "Levels" is probably the most overplayed song of 2011-2012, I found myself jumping for joy, singing along to the words. "Levels" has seeped under my skin. I saw him perform at EDC last year and didn't find him particularly great, his overhype has finally gotten to me. So a warning to all my online friends, don't make fun of Avicii, because his infectious hooks will get the best of you
Emily B. Aug 13, 2012
Like the 90% of college students in American (except for music snobs who claim they predicted his success), I started listening to Avicii when "Levels" first came out. I saw him play in San Francisco in December was completely unimpressed. I wish that I had just locked myself in my closet blasting his music from my laptop's iTunes because I would've gotten the same experience and save $80. He is a terrible live performer--he just stands there first pumping like he's from the Jersey Shore. I recommend that you listen to him at frat parties and bars and save your money to see an artist who can actually engage a crowd.

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