Study Reveals Top 10 Most Beloved Clubs

DJ Tech Reviews recently conducted a detailed study of the world’s most active and successful clubs, examining metrics such as Instagram hashtags, TikTok views, Instagram followers, Google review scores, and Google search trends to identify the most beloved venues in the world.

You can view the research in full here:

Revealed: The world’s top 10 favourite music venues

ClubLocationNo. of TikTok ViewsNo. of Instagram FollowersNo. of Instagram PostsGoogle Review Score /5Google Search Increase From 2019 (%)Total Club Score /10
1Warehouse ProjectManchester, UK81,800,000277,000490,2604.5105%8.31
2Printworks LondonLondon, UK74,200,000539,00029,2064.6128%8.27
3UshuaïaIbiza, Spain101,800,000840,000223,0054.1419%7.59
4BerghainBerlin, Germany37,800,000173,000317,0093.987%7.44
5BootshausCologne, Germany78,800,000221,000133,2624.253%6.69
6FabricLondon, UK4,100,000307,00064,4703.787%6.34
7PachaIbiza, Spain15,000,000334,00018,3564.038%6.30
8AmnesiaIbiza, Spain47,800504,000123,0394.132%6.20
9Club SpaceMiami, USA17,400,000320,000108,5223.890%6.13
10Green ValleyCamboriú, Brazil11,800486,00053,6754.625%6.10

Warehouse Project is officially the world’s favourite nightclub, with a total score of 8.31/10. The Manchester venue has over 81 million views on TikTok and has also seen a sharp rise in popularity, with Google searches of the venue increasing by 105% since 2019. The Warehouse Project has played host to a number of internationally acclaimed DJs including Carl Cox and Annie Mac, as well as musicians such as Happy Mondays, The Prodigy and Disclosure.

The iconic Printworks London club is the world’s second favourite venue, with a total club score of 8.27/10. Once the largest newspaper printing factory in Western Europe, Printworks London is now one of the UK’s most prestigious electronic music venues. Unfortunately, Printworks will be closing its doors in May of 2023, due to the building being converted into offices. This sparked a petition to try and save the premises, which is currently signed by 11,900 people, however, the building is still set to say goodbye in May. The venue will be hosting a Radio 1 dance event for its final weekend, where DJs such as Black Coffee, Maya Jane Coles and Danny Howard will be saying goodbye to the venue after six incredible years. 

Ushuaïa, completes the world’s top three favourite clubs, with a score of 7.59/10.

One of the most prestigious clubs on the white isle, Ushuaïa is known for its extravagant daytime pool parties, featuring some of the biggest DJs in the world. The likes of David Guetta, Calvin Harris and Nic Fanciulli will be playing at the venue this summer, welcoming  electronic music lovers and party-goers from all around the world. 


  • Ibiza and the UK are home to the world’s favourite clubs. Three Ibiza venues (Ushuaïa, Pacha and Amnesia) feature in the top ten alongside three of the UK’s clubs (Warehouse Project, Printworks and Fabric). 
  • Elrow, Barcelona is Instagram’s most-followed nightclub with just shy of a million followers (949,000).
  • Ushuaïa is TikTok’s most loved nightclub, with an incredible 101.8 million views on the platform.
  • Madison Square Garden is officially the world’s most-loved music venue, with 650 million TikTok views and 461,000 followers on Instagram, earning a total venue score of 8.38/10.