Hï Ibiza voted World’s No.1 Club in DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs poll 2024

Hï Ibiza voted World’s No.1 Club in DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs poll 2024

Hï Ibiza has been voted the World’s No. 1 Club in our annual Top 100 Clubs poll for the third year running.

Top 100 Clubs is a celebration of the world’s definitive dancefloors, ranked entirely by votes from DJ Mag’s global audience. This year, a record-breaking number of votes have come in from 229 territories, with ravers as far flung as Vanuatu, Guadeloupe, Bhutan and Greenland having their say, and supporting their favourite clubs.

Voting opened on 9th January and closed on Friday 15th March 2024 at 23:59 GMT. The results were announced today (Thursday 25th April) via a countdown here on djmag.com and our social media channels.

For the third year running Hï Ibiza has claimed the top spot in our poll. First opening doors onto Ibiza’s legendary Playa d’en Bossa strip in 2017, Hï Ibiza’s inaugural two seasons catapulted the venue toward the pinnacle of DJ Mag’s Top 100 Clubs poll. For the past three years, it has stood at the summit of this annual list. A non-mover now ranking at No. 1 so consistently it’s getting harder and harder to work out what hasn’t already been said about the fabled institute. The world’s most technologically advanced dance music destination: check. Home to the White Isle’s premier-league residencies: check. A marvel of nightlife design: check.

“Our goal is always to create the best experience possible. We put our heart and soul into making every aspect of our events special, but the key element has and always will always be our guests. Without their continued support none of this would be possible. Taking the No. 1 spot in the DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs poll was a dream from the beginning, so to have been awarded the accolade for three years in a row feels incredible,” said The Night League’s CEO, Yann Pissenem.

2024 will mark the venue’s longest season to date, although in many ways much is the same. It still means expertly programmed sessions led by extraordinary selectors, graced by groundbreaking guests, while impromptu back-to-back sets will continue to bring unforgettable surprises. And the beloved sessions and artists who call this place home are back, for good reason. Like Black Coffee and his sell-out soirée, and Afterlife, where Tale of Us’ melodic grooves form ethereal moments heightened by breathtaking imagery.

David Guetta & MORTEN’s aptly-named Future Rave is also back again, and Glitterbox’s colourful, unabashed celebration of upfront house and disco is another contrast. Meanwhile, Eric Prydz will present his brand-new A/V show, this time known as [CELL]. Whichever you hit — The Martinez Brothers or FISHER — the venue will be transformed for and by the occasion in ways that would prove impossible without Hï Ibiza’s benchmark-setting specifications. And that’s just in the Theatre; head to the Club Room this summer and the likes of Patrick Topping, Paco Osuna, Vintage Culture, Damian Lazarus, and Meduza & James Hype will be leading sonic journeys of their own.

Speaking on the mammoth year ahead for Hï Ibiza, Pissenem added: “Alongside our incredible family of headline residents, and world-first debuts from pioneering artists, this year clubbers will be able to explore the multi-room experience like never before as we embrace new technologies and showcase cutting-edge production, ensuring Ibiza’s legacy as one of the top clubbing destinations in the world.”

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