Voting in the world's biggest DJ poll, DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs, is now open. You can cast your votes once open at vote.djmag.com.
Top 100 DJs 2021 voting launches alongside a competition, in partnership with Unicef and Crowdfunder, to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to meet the winner of this year's Top 100 DJs after they collect their award in Amsterdam. You can enter the competition here. Terms and conditions apply.
DJ Mag and Snapchat have joined forces to present David Guetta in Augmented Reality (AR), to celebrate his Top 100 DJs win.
The innovative partnership with Snapchat, saw us create two exclusive Snapchat. The first - a Landmarker Lens, creates a special moment in Amsterdam, the city that has been home to Top 100 DJs since 2011.
Launched exclusively during the awards show, the Lens reveals the No.1 DJ in augmented reality on Amsterdam’s iconic Royal Palace, turning the building into a speaker-covered stage set with David Guetta performing on top.
The results of the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, our annual public vote to uncover the world's most popular DJs, will be revealed tonight (Saturday 7th November).
The dates have been announced for 2020's DJ Mag Top 100 DJs results announcement. This year's poll winners will be unveiled on Saturday 7th November via a full social media countdown across DJ Mag's Instagram and Twitter pages, a live countdown on DJMag.com, plus a very special virtual event, presented by AMF, featuring exclusive performances from The World's No.1 DJ winner and other leading artists from the poll. Watch the event on AMF.TV.
DJ Mag's annual public vote to uncover the world's most popular DJs is back for another year, evolving to fit a world where clubs are shut and to better reflect the current state of global dance music scene. You can vote here until 23rd September.
Artists already confirmed for Saturdays include massive main stage acts like last year’s No.1, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, French EDM maestro David Guetta, and the hugely popular Mexican DJ Mariana Bo. Future house bosses Oliver Heldens and Don Diablo, Timmy Trumpet, ALOK, W&W, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, R3hab, NERVO and SAYMYNAME will also appear.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE WORLD’S BIGGEST MUSIC POLL
As the dance scene became more commercial and trance entered the mainstream around the turn of the millennium, the Top 100 poll became increasingly dominated by the biggest names in the genre. Tiësto took the title in 2002, and claimed it three times in total; Paul van Dyk topped the poll twice in the mid-2000s, while Dutch trance king Armin van Buuren has commandeered the No.1 spot a record five times — four of them in a row!
Voting in the world's biggest DJ poll, DJ Mag's Top 100 DJs, kicks off on 15th July 2020 at 12pm BST - with a virtual twist!
As venues and festivals across the planet are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, DJing and electronic music performance has moved online. To reflect this change, we are happy to announce a series of weekly Top 100 DJs Virtual Festivals to give potential voters the opportunity to experience their favourite DJs and artists in a whole new way ahead of casting their votes.