3 Lebanese Clubs Ranked Among Top 100 in the World

WHITE Dubai | The Garten | The Grand Factory

Every year, people worldwide vote to rank their favorite clubs for DJ Magazine’s list of Top 100 Clubs. Among the hundred brands from around the world, three Lebanese nightclubs were on the list.

Last year, two Lebanese-lead clubs were placed on the list. This year, there’s an addition to the duo.

#1 WHITE Dubai

Ranked #15.

With its beginning rooted in , the Lebanese-owned club has welcomed celebrity clients such as Justin Bieber, Cardi B, Ed Sheeran, and more.

Located on the Meydan Racecourse Grandstand Rooftop, WHITE Dubai is well known for its A-list performances by the likes of Steve Aoki, The Backstreet Boys, Rita Ora, Nelly, Usher, and Wiz Khalifa, to name of few.

#2 The Grand Factory

Ranked #86.

TGF was the first club to enter the Top 100 poll in 2019, ranking number #99 last year. Located in Karantina, it can fit 1,500 people and hosts bookings from international DJs and artists.

Recently, the club has focused on supporting local talents and has been making an effort to fight the financial crisis through donation drives and making the club accessible to everyone.

#3 Garten

Ranked #91.

Located in downtown , Garten is a new entry to the DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs list.

Launched in 2012, the Garten hosts known talents from all around the globe. It is a beloved summer space for its open-air venue, where partygoers can watch the sunrise after a crazy night.


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