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NewsIt’s official: these are the best nightclubs in the world right now

It’s official: these are the best nightclubs in the world right now

Whether you’re a fan of singalongs or a hardcore raver to the hard, fast and messy beats of donk music, there’ll be a nightclub for you somewhere on our party-loving planet. And DJ Magazine, trusted by EDM fans everywhere, has just unveiled its list of the 100 best in the world. 

Reclaiming its position at the top spot is Hï Ibiza, a 5,000-capacity venue on the nightlife-obsessed Spanish island, which opened back in 2017. About Hï Ibiza, DJ Magazine said: ‘World’s most technologically advanced dance music destination: check. Home to the White Isle’s premier-league residencies: done. A marvel of nightlife design: read it before.’  

The venue showcases big-name headliners as well as aspiring talent, and a labyrinthine layout, crisp audio and bold lighting – it does sound pretty mega, to be fair. 

Unsurprisingly, other famous nightclubs like Berlin’s Berghain and Camboriú’s Green Valley made the ranks, but so did seven UK venues – you can read more about those here

The 20 best nightclubs in the world, according to DJ Magazine

  1. Hï Ibiza, Spain
  2. Green Valley, Brazil
  3. Echostage, USA
  4. Ushuaïa Ibiza, Spain
  5. Boothaus, Germany
  6. The Warehouse Project at Depot Mayfield, UK
  7. Fabric, UK
  8. Amnesia, Spain
  9. Savayanew, Indonesia
  10. Laroc Club, Brazil
  11. Illuzion, Thailand
  12. Noa Beach Club, Croatia
  13. Berghain, Germany
  14. Zouk Singapore, Singapore
  15. Papaya, Croatia
  16. Play House, China
  17. Fabrik, Spain
  18. Ministry of Sound, UK
  19. Studio 338, UK
  20. Pacha Ibiza, Spain

Head to DJ Magazine’s website for the full top 100 list

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