Top 100 Clubs 2020: Live results countdown

Top 100 Clubs 2020: Live results countdown

Due to the global disruption caused by the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, nightclubs and live music venues worldwide are being closed. Many are under threat of not reopening at all. Therefore, we believe now, more than ever, we should draw attention to the venues that underpin the electronic music scene

The results of this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs poll are being counted down today (24th March) from 2pm GMT.

Every year we celebrate the best clubs in the world in our annual poll. After careful consideration, we made the decision not to shy away from celebrating the incredible clubs that you voted for, despite the fact that many are currently temporarily closed due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

During the results countdown, which receives more than four million views each year, we are asking our readers to — if they can — support the clubs in the poll and other nightlife causes.

Follow the live countdown below to find out who is this year’s winner, and find out how you can support nightclubs and music venues during the coronavirus crisis here.

The results of this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs poll are being counted down today (24th March) from 2pm GMT.

Every year we celebrate the best clubs in the world in our annual poll. After careful consideration, we made the decision not to shy away from celebrating the incredible clubs that you voted for, despite the fact that many are currently temporarily closed due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

During the results countdown, which receives more than four million views each year, we are asking our readers to — if they can — support the clubs in the poll and other nightlife causes.

Follow the live countdown below to find out who is this year’s winner, and find out how you can support nightclubs and music venues during the coronavirus crisis here.

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