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Voting for the Hard Dance Awards has begun.

DJmag reader Martin Bell bagged himself the 'Most Innovative DJ Product', after voting in the 2006 Tech Awards, which means he walked out of our awards ceremony with an Allen & Heath Xone:3D!

The votes are in, now it's time for the serious business of the awards party. This year it's at Fabric in London.

This year's Top 100 DJs poll touched nearly every territory on Earth. Over 217,000 dance music fans voted for their favourite DJs this year, up 90,000 on last year.

DJmag.com investigates the possibility of a rock revolution in Ibiza, the summer heartbeat of the dance industry.

Paul van Dyk will play a special set in New York's Central Park this month. But will the DJ win this year's Top 100?

The Trance Awards for 2006 have been put back, so that its organisers Godskitchen can concentrate on their big Hi:Fi Festival.

Top 100 Clubs is an annual celebration of global nightclub culture...

Top 100 Clubs is an annual celebration of global nightclub culture. All clubs and electronic music venues are able to participate. The voting for this year’s edition opens in December and runs through until February 2020. This info page contains the essential information for clubs wishing to participate in the poll. Please read this pack carefully to ensure that you understand the rules and can run a successful campaign for your club or venue…

Top 100 Festivals is brand new festival poll from DJ Mag

Top 100 Festivals is a brand new festival poll from DJ Mag. Dance festivals of all formats, locations and sizes are able to participate. 

The results will be determined from the combination of a DJ Mag reader vote (80%) and a private ballott of leading DJs (20%). The voting for this year’s edition opens in February and runs through until the end of April. 

This info page contains the essential information for festivals wishing to participate in the poll. 

Please read this pack carefully to ensure that you understand the rules and can run a successful campaign for your event.

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