Hï Ibiza Retains Title As World’s #1 Club In DJ Mag’s Top 100 Poll For 2023

Hï Ibiza has, for the second year in a row, been voted the #1 club in the world in DJ Mag’s Top 100 Poll.

In 2022, Hï Ibiza took the top spot from Insomniac‘s Washington DC venue Echostage, and in 2023 the Ibiza staple has taken the crown once again.

Sister club Ushuaïa Ibiza also placed in the top five from the over 700,000 music fans who voted in the poll this year.

Yann Pissenem, CEO of Ushuaïa Entertainment, said about the win, “For the second year in a row, myself and the whole team are completely blown away that Hï Ibiza has been voted #1 Club in the World in this prestigious poll. We feel blessed and honored that our relentless hard work has been well and truly recognized.”

Hï Ibiza opened in 2017 on Ibiza’s famous Playa d’en Bossa strip with several rooms and areas dedicated to creating an elite environment for celebrating electronic music.

The Theatre, inspired by Italian amphitheaters, has a dancefloor surrounded by a raised terrace with CO2 cannons, lasers, large LED screens, and confetti. There’s also the more intimate Club Room with a low ceiling and a dancefloor-level DJ booth.

This year, Hï Ibiza’s weekly residencies include Black Coffee, David Guetta Presents Future Rave, Eric Prydz Presents HOLO Ibiza, Fisher, Glitterbox, Tale Of Us Presents Afterlife, and The Martinez Brothers.

Check out the aftermovie from The Signal, Ushuaïa and Hï Ibiza’s joint opening party, below:

Featured image provided by Neu Communication courtesy of Hï Ibiza

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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