Echostage has been voted the World’s No.1 Club in this year’s Top 100 Clubs poll.
The 16 months since our last Top 100 Clubs list have not been kind, with venues across the world shut due to Covid-19 — many still waiting to reopen, and some that never will. The ones that have survived have done so thanks to innovation, support from fans, and, it’s probably fair to say, a bit of luck too. As more of the world’s dancefloors begin to fill once again, we asked you, the public, to vote for your favourite places to party.
Voting for the 2021 edition of the Top 100 Clubs is closing soon.
Throughout this year, the coronavirus pandemic has forced the closure of thousands of clubs worldwide. While clubs in some parts of the world are beginning to reopen in the coming months, many still remain unable to do so.
The Top 100 Clubs Virtual World Tour launches this Saturday (15th May). See the artwork above for the full line-up and timings.
The opening week includes streams from Printworks, London, Zouk, Singapore, Zentral, Hong Kong, Ushuaïa, Ibiza, Lost Beach, Montanita, and Echostage, Washington D.C.
Voting is now live in DJ Mag’s annual Top 100 Clubs poll. You can vote here.
The 2021 edition of the Top 100 Clubs, which typically runs annually from December-April, had been delayed due to the impact of the pandemic on the nightlife industry, but launches today in a reimagined format for current times.
Voting in DJ Mag’s annual Top 100 Clubs poll launches this Wednesday (12th May).
Under the unifying belief that now is not the time to hide clubs away, we want to use our platforms to celebrate and support the global nightclub industry as we start to imagine a return to the dancefloor globally.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to force the closure of thousands of clubs worldwide. While clubs in some parts of the world are beginning to reopen this year, many are unable to do so.
Green Valley has been voted the World’s No.1 Club in this year’s Top 100 Clubs poll.
The Camboriú superclub celebrates its third consecutive victory in 2020, having won in 2018 and 2019. In doing so it has become the first club to win DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs poll three years in a row. Green Valley also took the top spot in 2013 and 2015.