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DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs 2024

DJ Mag Global Dance Floor Dominators: The Top 100 Clubs of the Year Revealed

DJ Mag 2024 Top 100 Clubs poll has set the dance world ablaze, boasting a record-smashing turnout from an unprecedented 229 territories. Dance enthusiasts from every corner of the globe, from the exotic shores of Vanuatu to the icy landscapes of Greenland, have cast their votes, making this the most universal roundup to date.


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With venues spanning almost 40 countries, this year’s list is truly a mosaic of global club culture. The heavy-hitters—USA, Spain, UK, Brazil and Croatia, continue to command the scene, although all but Spain have seen a dip in the number of clubs making the cut compared to last year. However, fresh energy pulsates through the rankings with 16 exciting new entries, the highest since the pre-pandemic days of 2020. This resurgence signals a vibrant rebound for the electronic music scene, with countries like Ireland, Malaysia, Slovakia, and Azerbaijan adding new flavors to our international dance mix.

In a thrilling reveal on April 23rd, Hï Ibiza clinched the title of the World’s No. 1 Club for the third consecutive year, while Europe reaffirmed its status as the clubbing continent supreme, welcoming new hotspots from the UK, France, and Spain. Italy and Germany are neck and neck in the European club race, buoyed by fresh venues and cultural accolades, like Berlin’s techno scene’s recent UNESCO heritage nod.

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Across the pond, North America reflects a slight dip, though Canada introduces a fresh face to the scene. Asia, on the other hand, makes significant strides with five new clubs, pushing Japan and Indonesia into the spotlight. Notably, Indonesia’s Savaya Bali skyrockets into the Top 10, snagging the title of Asia’s highest ranking club.

Down in South America, Brazil’s Surreal Park surges an astonishing 48 places, proving itself as more than just a club but a mega-festival with sights set high. In contrast, Africa and Australia maintain a steady course, holding onto their beloved venues.

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Noteworthy climbs include London’s fabric, which dances its way back into the top 10, and Ministry Of Sound, which beats the rhythm up to the top 20. The UK’s club scene remains robust, with over half of its charting venues claiming spots in the top 20. Meanwhile, historical hotspot KOKO makes a grand re-entry into the rankings after more than a decade.

In Ibiza, the clubbing paradise holds steady, with Hï Ibiza at the helm and Pacha bouncing back into the top 20. Croatia’s Noa Beach Club leaps up the ranks, although the country sees an overall dip.

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This year’s Top 100 Clubs poll isn’t just a list, it’s a testament to the enduring spirit and ever-evolving landscape of global nightlife. Dance aficionados, mark these clubs as your next destinations to witness where the world comes alive at night!

Explore the full details and more in the comprehensive Top 100 Clubs poll here.

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