Voting is now open for DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll. The annual vote – now in its 26th year – is the world’s largest publicly-voted music poll, receiving over 1.2 million votes from over 180 countries last year, with votes in 2019 set to eclipse this figure.
The Top 100 DJs poll has grown alongside the global electronic music scene and is a definitive annual snapshot of the popularity and visibility of international DJs.
Voting for Top 100 DJs 2018 closes tomorrow 19th September at 23:59 pm BST.
Our annual poll is the definitive annual guide to the world's most popular DJs and is a living symbol of the strength of the global electronic music scene.
Voting is now open for this year's Top 100 DJs poll! Click here to vote.
With over 1 million votes cast each year from 179 countries, the Top 100 DJs is the definitive annual guide to the world's most popular DJs and is a living symbol of the strength of the global electronic music scene.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Top 100 DJs poll. As part of this landmark year, we'll be releasing exclusive historical content throughout the voting period to commemorate the anniversary.
The nominations have been announced for DJ Mag's Best of North America poll.
DJ Mag’s sister awards to our revered Best of British Awards across the pond, the Best of North America Awards returns for year two. We at DJ Mag understand more than anyone the often-polarizing nature of the Top 100 DJs Poll, but it’s a public vote and subsequently, out of our control. Instead of getting mad at the Top 100 get hip to the BoNA!
The nominations have been announced for DJ Mag's annual Best Of British poll, educated by Point Blank.
The poll – a celebration of the UK underground – is now in its ninth year. Positioned as a counter-balance to the global Top 100 DJs poll, Best Of British is our chance to shine the spotlight on the homegrown stars who fill the pages of our UK magazine each month.
Voting launches today at midday and closes on 1st December 2017.
Top 100 DJs is back for 2017! The World's biggest music poll, which this year is in aid of UNICEF.
In 2016, Martin Garrix, the 20-year-old Dutch superstar, was voted the youngest ever No.1 DJ, and took the coveted top spot from 2015 winners, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.
Voting is open NOW and runs until until Wednesday 13th September at 11.59pm BST.
After months of in-house deliberating, we’ve narrowed down the top five nominees in each category for our first-ever Best of North America Awards. In contrast to Top 100 DJs, The Best of North America Awards are your chance to celebrate the best of North America's thriving underground scene. Vote for your favourite DJs, clubs, labels and much more ahead of the results announcement on July 4th and a series of events featuring the winning artists.
Top 100 Clubs, powered by Miller Genuine Draft returns for 2017! The annual poll, which receives almost half a million votes, is the definitive guide to the planet’s best dancefloors.
As always, you can vote for any club you like; big or small; commercial or underground. We’ll be asking you to name your No.1 festival too.
To vote you’ll need to register using a Facebook, Google or Weibo account. The results of the poll will be announced in a commemorative edition of DJ Mag and on djmag.com on 30th March 2017.
While the EU referendum is a hot topic in the UK at the moment — we haven’t heard anything on the ramifications for dance music fans and touring DJs.
With the freedom of movement within the EU, both DJs and music fans have benefitted immeasurably from the ability to just pop on a plane and be in Berghain (if you can get in) or Space in just a few hours.
The waiting is finally over! Voting for this year’s Top 100 Clubs, powered by Miller Genuine Draft is NOW OPEN!
The poll runs from today until 11:59pm on 19th February. The results will be announced in a commemorative print edition and also with a live online and social media reveal on 31st March.
The process is simple. You can vote for any club you like, from anywhere in the world. You have five choices, so rank your favourites from 1–5 (with 1 being your favourite). We’ll also ask you for your favourite festival.