The Cologne club “Bootshaus” has once again asserted itself in the top group in a ranking of the 100 best clubs in the world. As in the previous year, it came fifth in the top 100 clubs, as “DJ Mag” recently announced.
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In the latest vote by the British trade magazine, in which hundreds of thousands of ravers take part every year, Cologne also won the inner-German duel again: Berlin’s “Berghain” only came in twelfth place (minus 6).
In 2022 only four German clubs are among the top 100 – there are two more in Berlin: the “Watergate” (35th place, up 1) and the “Tresor” (50th place, up 10).
“Hï Ibiza is the number 1 club in the world,” said DJ Mag. After two years on the podium, the Spanish club has made it to the top for the first time.
The country with the most clubs in the “DJ Mag” top 100 is the United States: “The USA reclaims the title of number 1 club country from the United Kingdom,” it said – with a total of 16 clubs ( plus 3).
In 2021, Great Britain led with a total of 14 clubs (12 in England and 2 in Scotland).
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Just recently, a prominent Berlin visitor had scorned the “Berghain”: Tesla boss Elon Musk tweeted in April that he had not gone to the club because he had written the word “Peace” on its facade. “I hate the word.”