Avicii Net Worth 2024

What Is The Net Worth of Avicii?

Avicii Net Worth: Аvісіі was a рrоmіnеnt music producer of Dance Muѕіс and a popular Ѕwеdіѕh DЈ recognized worldwide. Аvісіі gained his fortune through record sales and performing DJing gigs around the globe.

Today, Аvісіі’s net worth is estimated to be close to $50 million dollars.

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Avicii Net Worth:

$50 Million

Net Worth: $50 Million
Real Name: Tim Bergling
Date of Birth: 8 September 1989
Age, How Old: 28 Years Old (1989–2018)
Nationality: Swedish
Place of Birth: Stockholm, Sweden
How Tall, Height: 5’10” (178 cm)
Occupation(s): Record Producer,
Disc Jockey, Songwriter
Last Updated: 2020

How Much Did Avicii Make a Year?

Avicii managed to achieve his musical greatness at a very young age and was known among the hіghеѕt раіd DЈ’s іn thе wоrld.

Although Avicii’s death shocked the world, he is still in the hearts of many.

Avicii enjoyed financial success but was never influenced by music for the sake of making money.

The Grammy-nominated artist was among the highest-earning celebrities during his peaking years of 2014 – 2016.

Avicii’s generosity has been marked when he took on the “House for Hunger” tour that embarked in 2012, of which he donated all his earnings to the Feeding America charity.

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The financial remains of Avicii will be officially paid to his family and Los Angeles home which was sold for $17.5 million.

Avicii’s net worth was peaking during his touring years, Avicii brought in an estimated $20 to $30 million a year. His huge net worth is from earnings that estimated $500,000 per DJ gig.

Avicii, the EDM star’s massive fortune topped $140 million during the years 2014 and 2015 alone.

In 2018, The Swedish law estimated Avicii’s net worth to be $25 million in liquid holdings, excluding a number of other resources.

Who Was Avicii?

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Avicii was born Tim Bergling to parents Klas Bergling and Anki Lidén, on September 8, 1989, in Stockholm, Sweden.

Avicii experienced his childhood growing up with his 3 siblings and an older brother with DJing skills as well. Avicii’s mom is a little known actress and as performed for many Swedish TV and movie plays.

Avicii started his musical journey as a 16-year-old, he began producing melodic house music inspired by members of the ‘Swedish House Mafia’ group.

He started remixing tunes for the bigger artists, taking feedbacks on Laidback Luke’s forums and posting his own original music on different electronic music blogs.

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No sooner he started driving attention to DJ Tiësto and Pete Tong of the electronic music business.

By 2010, his profound progressive house brought him gigs and he started filling in as a little time DJ in clubs.

He started releasing profoundly cherished singles such as “My Feelings for You” and  “Seek Bromance,” which was seen as a tremendous achievement, in major countries.

Later Avicii’s career took off getting acquainted with influential people in the electronic music industry.

Avicii’s career started flying high on achieving bigger status with his breakthrough single, “Levels,” by 2011.

Avicii – Levels

His “Levels” single, started gaining attention, and Avicii soon started piercing into the mainstream music market globally.

The single “Levels” included the gospel vocals sung by Etta James, which was originally from the 60’s song “Something’s Got a Hold on Me.”

The successful single started topping charts in major countries and Avicii soon proceed to gain the attention of celebrity DJs like David Guetta, who asked Avicii to produce a collaborative track together.

The master producers delivered the Grammy-nominated single “Sunshine,” for the Best Dance Recording, which turned into a major achievement worldwide.

That year, his popular single “Fade into Darkness” sparked controversy for utilizing the song for another single “Collide.” Leona Lewis utilized the melody without Avicii’s consent and did not credit him which lead the matter to court.

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The court hearings concluded that Avicii will be acknowledged in the song and will be called a collaborative effort together, Avicii accepted!

In 2012, Avicii was chasing fantasy when meeting music’s pop sensation Madonna, at the 2012’s Ultra Music Festival (Miami). He introduced the track “Girl Gone Wild” at the festival, DJing alongside Madonna, which brought their fans on toes.

Avicii followed progression with the discharged of his super hit song “Superlove ft. Lenny Kravitz” and quickly released a progressive track titled “Two Million,” to appreciate two million likes on his Facebook page.

For his fan support, Avicii decided to release the track for FREE on a music-streaming site called SoundCloud.

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A couple of months later Avicii released “Silhouettes,” & “Dancing in my Head,” along with music videos that were published on the web, the singles proved to be increasingly fruitful.

He continued with his collaborative efforts and meanwhile “I Could Be the One,” single amazed audiences in the UK and US, turning into a noteworthy hit among his groups of fans.

The song was written in collaboration with Dutch DJ Nicky Romero, which was played across European radio shows.

Avicii’s single “Wake Me Up,” made waves in the EDM industry and is considered by far his best single to date. In mid-2013, the single topped charts across the world, winning hearts of fans in excess of over 20 nations.

Following the single, his album True became a sellout collection by the end of the year. The album reveals a new form of the electronic genre infused with country and folk music, revealed by Avicii for an album interview.  

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“Wake Me Up” became UK’s fastest-selling song and took to the highest point on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic music chart for 14 weeks straight.

The album ‘True’ holds collaborative efforts with artists, such as Nile Rodgers, Adam Lambert, Antony Hegarty, Aloe Blacc, Salem Al Fakir and more.

The album was certified by RIAA as a platinum collection which supported hits such as “Hey Brother,” “Addicted to You,” “Lay Me Down,” “Hope There’s Someone,” and “Heart Upon My Sleeve.”

The following year Avicii remixed his entire album and named it ‘True: Avicii by Avicii‘, which was cherished as the club version of the original album. He also re-edited “A Sky Full of Stars” single by the incredible pop group Coldplay.

By 2015, Avicii was already a recognized artist in the mainstream style of music, which soon encouraged him to release a collection of pop style music with electronic beats, naming his second album ‘Stories’.

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The album soon trended the top chart of the Billboard’s dance collections and songs heavily made it to the radio.

Alongside success, his stressful touring schedules created problems for his health. His health problems at a point were so intense that he had to cancel major shows.

Avicii was on constant medication at hospitals, which got aggravated over time.

Finally, he thought that constantly touring and moving to places would make things worse for him, so he declared to quit from live shows in 2016, and played his last gig in Ibiza for Ushuaïa.

Life & Death

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Avicii’s constant cause of drinking was his live shows and touring which affected him heavily in the long run. In 2012, he was determined to have intense pancreatitis issue, which led him to expel his gallbladder and appendix together.

The music business became so decisively dependable on Avicii that he had to continue touring despite his health concerns.

Avicii totally risked his physical health that he openly started discussing depressional problems by 2017. Avicii’s fame itself got him trapped, constantly falling into mental depression with suicidal urges.

The introvert Avicii, could not fight his mental stress which concluded to his cause of death on April 20, 2018. Avicii’ suicided while residing in a hotel room near Muscat, Oman, that shocked the world leaving many fans in tears.

The 28 years old brilliant and talented mind has finally said goodbye to the world, leaving the music business dimmed forever. Avicii’s presence is still felt through his undying and amazing music that he gave us.

We love you Avicii!


Avicii left some parts of his nearly complete productions behind, which took shape into his latest released album called ‘TIM.’

The album was premiered on June 6th, 2019, and had featured new tunes finalized by a group of songwriters that Avicii collaborated with.

Its lead single “SOS” has already been released on April 10, 2019, a similar week when Avicii passed away in 2018.

Avicii’s family has decided to donate all of the album earnings to Tim Bergling Foundation, a non-profit organization that was recently established to help victims with mental illness.

As of now, how much money does Avicii have? The total Avicii net worth is subject to speculation, yet it was concluded to be no less than $50 million today.

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Quotes from Avicii

“Dance music is like a virus: it has affected so many different genres.”

— Avicii

“I think I am a pretty good judge of character in general and try to surround myself with the best people I can.”

— Avicii

I’ve always been a producer – that’s how I see myself first. The DJing came second as a way for me to be able to perform. Avicii

— Avicii

“It’s hard – some people get inspired by a feeling, but I’m mostly inspired by melodies.”

— Avicii