Ireland has a long history of producing great clubs. The nation, which is known for a voracious appetite for partying truly has something for everyone. So whether you want to catch the biggest names in big room EDM or cutting edge underground sounds then Ireland's major cities have you covered. Will our pick of the best make it into Top 100 Clubs 2015? Only you can decide - cast your votes at top100clubs.com.
Dublin’s largest nightclub is split over four themed floors with a capacity of 3,000 people. The venue regularly hosts both local and international DJ talent, including Afrojack and Paul Van Dyk. Future house icon Oliver Heldens is also due on this month!
THE BUTTON FACTORY
The refurbished Temple Bar Music Centre, now operating as The Button Factory, is a large multi-purpose music venue in the heart of Dublin that hosts dance music's biggest artists - including John Digweed, Paul Woolford and George Fitzgerald - who are all booked to perform in the coming months.
Thompsons Garage is a Belfast clubbing institution. Not a bad claim in a city known for its nightlife! The crowd are young and passionate about EDM. Zane Lowe is a regular guest here, and a firm crowd favourite.
Havana Browns is Cork’s longest running nightclub. Constantly at the forefront of music and nightlife. It regularly plays host to local and international DJs and is a go-to venue for Cork's electronic music fraternity.
THE TWISTED PEPPER
With its thunderous Void sound system and on-point, underground booking policy, Dublin's brilliantly-named Twisted Pepper is one of Ireland's best clubs. The next few months will see Dixon, Henrich Schwarz and Move D roll into town.