Beirut nightclub The Gärten was recently shut down by government officials after a DJ played Quran verses during a set.
The venue was ordered to close after video footage of Acid Pauli playing verses from the Quran hit the internet.
There’s an 87-hour techno rave taking place in a former mill in Berlin this weekend in celebration of the seventh anniversary of nightlife hotspot Griessmühle.
Stockholm is getting a new club with a very meaty setting: Kvarteret, housed within a 100-year-old remodelled slaughterhouse.
Amsterdam is getting a new club with a very unique setting: noorderschip, housed within a 50-meter-long, old pirate radio boat.
A new intimate techno club called The Cause is set to open in London.
The 400-capacity venue, housed in a former car mechanics depot in Tottenham, is a completely grassroots arts and events space aimed at filling the void left by London's recent club closures while supporting positive mental health, according to its founders.
Double Door in Chicago has been forced to shut its door after 23 years in business.
Located on Milwaukee Avenue in the Windy City, the much-loved club was due to host Floating Points in April and had previously hosted legendary rock acts including The Rolling Stones, Kanye West and Kings of Leon.
Staff were reportedly given just 24 hours to vacate the building after being locked out of the club for weeks before the official closure was announced.
When one club door closes, another opens. Quite literally, in fact.
2016 was a year of change the world over, and dance music didn't go unscathed. When the legendary Space Ibiza shuttered its doors this season, guided to its final breath by Carl Cox, many a seasoned clubber lamented the end of an era – and a hole in the heart of the island.
While Ibiza will surely be hard-pressed to replace its 27-years-running institution, something special has been reborn in its wake... 5,000 miles away in Miami, Florida.
Voting is now open for Top 100 Clubs, powered by Miller Genuine Draft. Throughout the voting period, we’ll be bringing you exclusive coverage from some of the world’s finest clubs. We begin with a showcase of Latin America’s most exciting clubbing destinations.
Ever been stuck in a foreign country and not known where to rave? Us too! Well with the Techno Traveller Map you'll never accidently have that problem again.
Created by Matthieu Rodrigues, the map charts the best clubs for house and techno across the globe from Phonoteque in Uraguay to Temple Nairobi in Kenya, The Observatory in Vietnam and a of course the likes of New York's Output, London's Ministry Of Sound and more.
Rodrigues is encouraging users to submit ideas too, so if your favourite club is missing, help a fellow raver out!