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.
Charity fund-raising from our annual Top 100 DJs poll has now raised £69,289 for Unicef. With this money, Unicef has been able to provide enough vaccines to protect 815,175 children from tetanus.
Unicef works in over 190 different countries around the world from the Middle East to continental Europe and beyond. Since its inception in 1946, the charity has continued to provide vital services to children such as education, emergency relief, water, sanitation & hygiene and vaccinations, and currently provides 80% of the world’s life-saving food resources.
Claptone has won the Highest House award in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll. The masked DJ/producer landed the No. 57 spot overall.
Martin Garrix took the No.1 spot at the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs awards ceremony at AMF Festival during Amsterdam Dance Event on Saturday (20th October) night. You can check out 17 snaps from the party below.
Over 1.2 million votes in this year’s poll, an increase of nearly 200,000 on 2017. The most votes came from the USA, followed by the UK, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Spain.
DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll award ceremony takes place at the Amsterdam ArenA tonight (Saturday 20th October), with the countdown going on right here, from 9pm (BST).
The DJ Mag Top 100 DJs party takes place at AMF Festival. You can follow the liveblog below for the full DJ Mag Top 100 DJs list, as well as insights and analysis live from Amsterdam ArenA.
DJ Mag Top 100 DJs award ceremony takes place on the penultimate night of ADE week, where over 400 events and 2,000 artists take place across the city over five massive days of electronic music.
For our final UNICEF auction of 2018, Don Diablo has donated a super-limited edition HEXAGON box containing a USB of his album ‘FUTURE’ and a personal video message from Don to the winning bidder.
With only five of the HEXAGON boxes ever produced this is chance to own a genuine collector’s item, which will also be signed by the future house pioneer.
To top off the prize, Diablo will record a personal message of y our choice onto the USB, creating a genuine one-of-a-kind prize for one lucky bidder.
The sixth in our series of Top 100 DJs charity auctions launches today, offering one lucky reader the chance to hang out with NERVO at a show near you!.
If you are a super fan of the Australian duo, this is your chance to meet them at a show near you. The winning bidder can select any show from their ongoing global tour, where they will receive free tickets and get to meet NERVO!
The second in our series of Top 100 DJs charity auctions launches today, offering one lucky reader the chance to own a bundle of signed Afrojack merchandise.
The highest bidder will take home a snapback cap, t shirt and sweatshirt, all signed by Afrojack. If you win the auction, you'll also get the bonus of 50 entries (usually £5 each) into our prize draw for a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to the Top 100 DJs Awards Ceremony in Amsterdam!
Our series of Top 100 DJs charity auctions launches today, offering one lucky reader the chance to own a signed Armin Van Buuren jacket.
The 'Blah Blah Blah' branded jacket, sported by Armin in the picture above will be auctioned to the highest bidder, who will also receive 50 entries into our prize draw for a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to the Top 100 DJs Awards Ceremony in Amsterdam.
DJs including Armin Van Buuren, Hardwell and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have donated signed merchandise, tickets and meet and greet opportunities for the Top 100 DJs charity auction, in aid of UNICEF.
For a second consecutive year UNICEF, the global children’s organisation, is the official charity beneficiary of Top 100 DJs. UNICEF works in over 190 countries around the world to keep children healthy, happy and safe.