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Over half a million people vote for this year’s ‘best club in the world’

2022 welcomes a debut winner for the world’s most coveted clubland crown!

Over half a million people vote for this year's 'best club in the world'
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Given the last couple of years, it seems surreal to see clubland back firing on all cylinders globally. Nobody will ever forget the damage caused to the industry between 2019 and the present day, but we will certainly enjoy every second on the dancefloor a little more with thoughts of the past. 

When, at times, there was so much uncertainty about there even a scene for us to come back to, it’s bound to feel extra special when annual events like DJ Mag’s ‘Top 100 Clubs’ roll around. 

This year’s poll saw an astounding 600k+ entries, with a new winner for 2022. For the first time in almost 15 years, there were entries from every club-bearing continent on the planet – showing a clear sign of the culture’s importance to global society and dance music in general. 

The newly crowned king of clubs is globally renowned superclub Hï Ibiza, returning the award to its spiritual home on the grounds of the much-adored and sorely missed Space Ibiza. 

“We’ve waited a long time to welcome our worldwide music family back to Hï Ibiza,” Yann Pissenem, CEO and founder of The Night League, the company that presides over both Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza, told DJ Mag. “So it was an amazing feeling to open the club doors on April 30th for our first opening party in two years, titled Better Together — a celebration of opening both Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza, as well as the return to the dancefloor and Ibiza for thousands of excited clubbers.”

The top 100 places were announced via social media yesterday (June 28th), including this year’s top 10 winners: 

  1. Hï Ibiza, Ibiza, Spain
  2. Echostage, Washington DC, USA
  3. Green Valley, Camboriú, Brazil
  4. Printworks London, London, UK
  5. Bootshaus, Cologne, Germany
  6. Ushuaïa Ibiza, Ibiza, Spain
  7. Amnesia, Ibiza, Spain
  8. The Warehouse Project (Depot Mayfield), Manchester, UK
  9. Laroc Club, Valinhos, Brazil
  10. Papaya Club, Zrće Beach, Croatia

Visit DJ Mag’s Instagram page to check out the top 100 list. 

For this year’s poll analytics, visit DJ Mag’s website.

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