Which nightclub is the best in the world? Apparently, it’s right here in the UK


The UK holds a prestigious position in the world of electronic music. Our nightclubs attract a roster of world-renowned DJs, from Peggy Gou and Aphex Twin to Carl Cox and Deadmau5 and constantly shine a light on upcoming talent.

And now, it’s official: according to a report by DJ Tech Reviews, the UK is home to the world’s favourite clubbing spot. Yes, the world. Indeed, the UK was among the most represented countries in the top ten list, with three of our venues present.

Manchester’s warehouse project, located at Mayfield Depot, was revealed as the world’s most popular electronic music venue.

London Clubbing Meka Printworks is second with a score of 8.27 out of 10. Despite its immense popularity, Printworks is in its final season before closing for good in just a few weeks.

Another London boogie landmark, Fabric, made it onto the list, coming in at number 6

To determine the winners, the report took a deep dive into Google reviews, searches, social media hashtags, and following. The warehouse project, which runs for a limited season rather than the whole year, scored 8.31 out of 10.

Unsurprisingly, several of the best-loved clubs are in Ibiza, while Berlin’s famous Berghain also ranks highly.

Top 10 Most Favorite Clubs in the World:

The warehouse project, in Manchester
The Print Works, London
Ushuaia, Ibiza
Berlin, Berghain
Buteshaus, Cologne
Fabrice, London
Paca, Ibiza
Amnesia Ibiza
Club Spaces, Miami
Green Valley, Camboriew

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