He’s only 26, and yet Swedish mega-DJ Avicii has already worked with huge names like Aloe Blacc, Wyclef Jean and Chris Martin, and one of his songs – Wake Me Up – has been crowned the most streamed song in history.

The good news for fans here is that Tim Bergling, aka Avicii, is coming to Dubai on April 1 to hit the decks at World Trade Centre for a Peppermint Experience party.

Avicii cancelled a Dubai set scheduled at Atlantis last year due to chronic abdominal pain. When that happened he promised he’d make up for it and return to Dubai in 2016, and it looks like he’s made good on his word.

Expect to hear all his mega hits at the April party, including I Could Be The One and Hey Brother. 

But it will be Levels that we’re most looking forward to – an absolute tune, and the kind that’s meant to be listened to in a crowd:

And here is his latest mega-hit, Broken Arrows: 

PS: With Max Martin, Avicii, SHM etc: what do they put in the water in Sweden? Some kind of music-producing elixir?

Zabeel Halls 4 and 5, World Trade Centre, 9pm, Friday April 1. Early bird tickets Dhs295 – register here to get that deal, otherwise tickets are Dhs395 and will go on sale on February 11 at PlatinumList and in Virgin Megastores.