Avicii announces his last shows, tour and he put end at industry

Today, the swede Avicii been upload a message in his website, through he been said that in 2016 will his last show and tour, The swede put end his carreer in the industry with a message for all fans and all people that supported he

Hello world,

Thank you for letting me fulfil so many of my dreams. I will be forever grateful to have experienced and accomplished all that I have with the help of the team around me and my beloved fans. Thank you to all my peers in the business for building a new movement that took the world by storm and I was lucky enough to be in the middle of it. Thank you to all my partners through the years who believed in what I have created and wanted to amplify my work to a truly global presence.

First and foremost thank you to my brother and partner Ash, its truly been a crazy run and its only been possible through our collaborative efforts, yin and yang, brother to brother manager to artist. I will always appreciate this road with you no matter where it leads from here. I could write so much more but our journey is far from finished.

Thank you to everyone at At Night, a special thanks to everyone who has been a part of the team since day one and without your hard dedicated work I wouldn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t be here. Thank you especially to Carl Vernersson, Filip Holm, Marcus Lindgren, Victor Lee and Panos Ayassotelis.

Thank you to the teams of Johnny Tenander, Per Sundin, Max Hole, Neil Jacobson and Joakim Johansson in no particular order. Your loyalty and hard work on the label and publishing fronts have allowed me to always feel like we have had someone backing us in your court, and that has given me the musical confidence I\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'ve needed. Thank you.

Thank you Robb Harker, Malik Adunni, David Brady, Andrew Mckeough, Rob Woo and Felix Alfonzo - you helped introduce touring to me in as much of a functional way possible for a kid my age and my road could have been alot darker if it wasnt for your personal support at such a crucial point. Thank you Semi Baddredine for all your personal support, talks and help in me growing up. I have a weird feeling i could be dead If it wasn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t for you and I will always love and support you.

Thank you to Ciara Davy, Michael \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Curly\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" Jobson and the MJM team, Harry Bird and Charlie Alves for making my touring years amazing during the best of times and durable during the worst. I hope we will find a way to keep on working together.

Thank you to all artists, musicians and songwriters who have helped me develop musically and personally, the list is long but there is no one I\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'ve worked with where I haven\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t learnt something.

A huge thank you to all my friends in the industry. Thank you Jesse Waits at XS for having been such a huge friend to me and a rock in stormy waters. Also huge thanks in no particular order to Jonathan Schwartz, Austin Leeds, Pete Moutso, Dave Grutman, Noah Tepperberg, Jason Strauss, Sean Christie, Carlos Correal, Rob Fernandez, Eddie Dean, Adam Russakoff, Mike Satsky, Trecia Laird, Lisa Pillette, Marcella Barrett, Zoe Stainsby, Joe Bellioti, Yann and Romain Pissenem, John and Paul in Ibiza, Fricko, Sean, Marcus, Awat, Lucas, Ludde, Calle, Johannes, Filip, Levan, Otto, Oliver, my brothers David and Anton, my sister Linda, My parents Anki and Klas. Thank you to all the ones I didn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t include in this moment. There has been too many people to mention in one sitting that had an impact on me in this industry and Im sorry I\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'m forgetting some of you. But last but not least thank you to every fan who has ever bought a ticket or snuck in, bought a song or downloaded it, commented on posts or hated at them. Its your thoughts and ideas about the music that helped me evolve and I do owe everything I have to you.

My path has been filled with success but it hasn’t come without its bumps. I’ve become an adult while growing as an artist, I’ve come to know myself better and realize that there’s so much I want to do with my life. I have strong interests in different areas but there’s so little time to explore them.

Two weeks ago, I took the time to drive across the U.S. with my friends and team, to just look and see and think about things in a new way. It really helped me realize that I needed to make the change that I’d been struggling with for a while.

My choices and career have never been driven by material things, although I’m grateful for all the opportunities and comforts my success has availed me. I know I am blessed to be able to travel all around the world and perform, but I have too little left for the life of a real person behind the artist.

I will however never let go of music - I will continue to speak to my fans through it, but I’ve decided this 2016 run will be my last tour and last shows. Let’s make them go out with a bang!

One part of me can never say never, I could be back ...but I won’t be right back.

Yours forever,

Tim Bergling / Avicii
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Te echaremos de menos....... Gracias por aportarnos todo lo que conocemos de tí.... Entiendo esta retirada.... supongo debida al exceso de horas dedicadas al mundo de la música, que muchas veces no te deja disfrutar de lo que tienes a tu alrededor. Gracias a estos años que has sacrificado de tu propia vida...... los demás hemos disfrutado y aprendido. Graciassss.... avi !!!smileysmileysmiley
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Bueno, llamadme desconfiado pero lo entiendo. Es de listos: El electrohouse, donde él se ha movido, ha sido referente y amo, no deja de ser un subgénero comercial dentro de un género (house) derivado de un estilo (funky). Los estilos marcan un comienzo, los géneros una corriente y los subgéneros modas. Las modas caducan... y vuelven. Las modas son como el azúcar que endulza lo que es tendencia, aparece un nuevo postre y todos conocen los ingredientes, encienden sus hornos y sacan pasteles de colores, sabores y formas... lo malo es que a la larga empalagan. Éstas modas se fundamentan en las recetas tradicionales (géneros) que son \"las claves básicas de la repostería\", depende de qué tipo de dulces te gusten, seguirás la Cusine francesa, la mediterránea, la yanqui... Todas se basan en la escuela clásica de cocina, la contemporánea, la moderna (Estilos) El que sabe de lo que hablo, sabe que la analogía \"masterchef\" viene a decir que estas retiradas ya las han anunciado otros. Tim Berling no es tonto. Tiene detrás un equipo grande que sabe lo que se cuece, y lejos de faltarle dinero hace lo que debe, gozar de la vida. Además, no hay mejor receta que la de \"cierro la cocina\" y cuando pase el tiempo, si la abro, la gente querrá comer los dulce que haga por \"si acaso no se abra más\". Sabes lo que digo....

Así que, más pena me da de quienes tienen que dejarlo por enfermedad, por fallecimiento o porque no tienen medios, muchos grandes artistas desconocidos que no han estudiado en la escuela sueca, y que por falta de medios se quedan en metros y sus poco visitados Soundclouds.

Por mi parte, gracias por tu aporte a la música Aviccii, desconecta de tu vida, escucha a los grades (por lo que son, no por lo que venden), y por favor, si vuelves no copies, si es que puedes...
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#1  Perdona, pero eso que dices de: \"Gracias a estos años que has sacrificado de tu propia vida......\" smiley
¿En serio?
\"...es el DJ mejor pagado del mundo, arrastrando la increíble cantidad de 58 millones de dólares entre marzo de 2015 y marzo de 2016, con una ventaja de casi 30 millones de dólares sobre su competidor más cercano.\" Mediamass.es

Menudo sacrificio. smiley
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Cuando hablo de sacrificio ..... me refiero a cosas personales..... no a un montón de millones...... a cosas que una persona normal y corriente puede hacer en un momento determinado.... Y esas cosas las dejo a elección de cada uno..... Choty.. le ha salido bien la jugada....... ha sacrificado unos cuantos años de su vida personal y se ha forrado..... ¿qué hay de malo en eso? ¿Acaso tú no lo harías?
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#4  Creo que son obviedades. Todos trabajamos por dinero, auto-realización, estabilidad, supervivencia y consecución de objetivos, entre otras cosas. Ello implica sacrificar algo. Es decir, quien algo quiere algo le cuesta y no por ello vamos dando las gracias al panadero, al policía, al banquero por sacrificar tiempo personal por querer ganar dinero. Además, Avicii hace tiempo que dejó de trabajar tanto y hacer que otros hicieran su trabajo de producción. Gran sacrificio ir de gira a levantar las manos y mover perillas.Sí señor, luego al músico de conservatorio que paga sus clases durante décadas toca en el metro de Londres y ni le tiran un penique.

JuAnSa, no voy contra ti, se lo que dices, pero opino que no le debemos nada, ni siquiera las gracias. Felicidades, sí.

Saludos y gracias por el diálogo
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