No one can forget the loss of one of this generation’s greatest DJs. It has been a year since Avicii passed away, and many of his friends and fellow musicians paid him tribute.
The Great Avicii Forever.
— DJ SNAKE (@djsnake) April 20, 2019
— Nicky Romero (@nickyromero) April 20, 2019
Thinking about Avicii’s passing. Please look after one another. <3
— ALISON WONDERLAND (@awonderland) April 20, 2019
It’s been a year, and @avicii is still missed.
Please remember how important mental health is. I’m pretty private person, but in the past year I have came across people in this industry who don’t care at all about mental health, to having a family membe… https://t.co/LIlHS6uPZP pic.twitter.com/mHAUB0DlRV
— rukes (@rukes) April 20, 2019
— CARNAGE (@djcarnage) April 20, 2019
— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) April 20, 2019
— Nile Rodgers (@nilerodgers) April 20, 2019
— Electric Zoo (@ElectricZooNY) April 20, 2019
— AMF (@_AMFofficial) April 20, 2019
“Spread positivity through my music, in message and enjoy success but not materialistic success” – Tim, 2018
Forever in our hearts, minds and ears ❤️ pic.twitter.com/olCMdDQlsL
— Tim Bergling (@Avicii) April 20, 2019
Also just a few days ago, a billboard popped up in Los Angeles, remembering the late musician.
It was a simple black billboard with Avicii’s logo and the words “TIM BERGLING, 1989 – FOREVER” written in white text. Those who were traveling towards Coachella may have spotted it along Sunset Boulevard.
An Avicii billboard was just put up in LA.
1989-Forever ◢ ◤ pic.twitter.com/SsAhgcqxqT
— Dancing Astronaut (@dancingastro) April 18, 2019
In light of Avicii’s death anniversary, a Twitter user posted a number of hotlines for those who may be in need of them right now.
share this for someone who might really need these phone numbers right now. share this in memory of Avicii.
Eating Disorder Hotline
Self Harm Hotline
— Tommie Sunshine 😎✊️🌹 (@tommiesunshine) April 20, 2019
Were you a fan of the late DJ?