2015’s Top 100 Clubs poll is the most diverse list that we have ever seen, with no less than nineteen clubs making their debut, from Las Vegas, to Paris, Bogota and Croatia.
These are the highest ranking Top 100 Clubs debutants for 2015.
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Las Vegas and its many superclubs featured highly in the 2015 poll, so it is fitting that the Highest New Entry award should end up in Sin City. Life - the new club venture at SLS Las Vegas - based in the old Sahara Hotel and Casino has hosted Steve Angello’s Reflections residency. Like many Vegas venues - there is also a sun-soaked dayclub, Beach Life for those who like to party in the open air.
We stay in Vegas, as the second highest debutant is Drai’s. The visually spectacular club that sits at the top of The Cromwell hotel made some major waves this year, shooting straight into No.25 on the back of sets from Top 100 DJs stalwarts including Dyro and newcomers Borgeous and 3lau - and also for the incredible views over the Last Vegas strip from the venue.
NOA BEACH CLUB
Many European destinations have laid claim to being the ‘new Ibiza’. None can do so with credibility, but Croatia is the biggest threat to the Balearics due to its open air clubs, reasonably priced drinks fantastic climate. The latest entry into the Top 100 Clubs poll from the region is Noa Beach Club - a venue that sits of a pier off of the famous clubbing location Zrce Beach - home of Hideout Festival.
It has been a strong year for Latin American clubs and it is refreshing to see BAUM make their debut in the poll. An underground club with an excellent booking policy, BAUM - located in the Colombian capital of Bogota is the place to catch the world’s best house and techno artists including Carl Craig, Tiga and Metro Area.
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