Avicii’s music continues to live on and will do so forever. After his death 3 years ago, it was clear how much the world loved him and his music. Tomorrowland has honored Tim Bergling in many ways and for the second consecutive year, Avicii has claimed #1 on their Top 1000. His legendary track ‘Levels’ has once again been voted the most iconic track. Tim’s father, Klas Bergling, had this to say about the honor:
“This is fantastic and I feel very honored. It’s his piece, work and personality, so it’s amazing. I’m very grateful and it makes me very emotional. I want to give all the People of Tomorrow a big hug!”
Following ‘Level’s’ at #2 was Belgian’s own Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike with ‘Mammoth.’ Swedish House Mafia came in at #3 with classic ‘Don’t You Worry Child.’ Martin Garrix claimed the #4 spot with his uplifting hit ‘High On Life.’ And Armin van Buuren closed out the Top 5 with banger ‘Blah Blah Blah.’
Avicii had a staggering 21 tracks in the Top 1000. This included the #8 spot with ‘Seek Bromance’ released under Tim Bergling. Other tracks in the Top 100 were ‘Heaven’ and ‘SOS.’ Martin Garrix did claim the most amount of tracks in the Top 1000 with 35. He was followed by Axwell with 32 and Tiesto with 31. A fun fact is that Swedish House Mafia had every single one of their tracks included in the list.
Tomorrowland seems to be all systems go for August. The Belgian government recently approved 75,000 capacity events that would allow a joyous crowd to dance at the holy grounds once again. Tomorrowland is scheduled to take place between August 27-29 and Labor Day Weekend. Hopefully, the whole world gets to hear Avicii’s tracks once again.