Voting is now open for DJ Mag’s annual Top 100 DJs poll, the most widely-known and reputable fan-voted poll in the global music scene. 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. DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs poll has grown alongside the global electronic music scene and is a definitive snapshot of the popularity and visibility of international DJs at the end of every given year.
Voting is open now and runs until Wednesday 18th September at 23:59 BST. Using this huge net of a fanbase for furthering good causes, DJ Mag has once again partnered with UNICEF for 2019. Last year’s funding total exceeded £40,000, taking the total raised to date from this partnership as just shy of £70,000. With this money, UNICEF has been able to provide enough vaccines to protect 815,175 children from tetanus.
Voters in this year’s Top 100 DJs poll will be invited to enter an exclusive charity prize draw. One lucky voter and their friend will be flown to Amsterdam where they’ll witness the crowing of the World’s No.1 DJ from the Royal Box, flanked by some of the planet’s leading DJs You can find out more or enter the competition at djmag.com/unicef.
This year will also see the return of the Alternative Top 100 DJs poll, powered by Beatport. This is where an alternative list of the top house and techno DJs is created using the Top 100 DJs polling data, as a counterpoint to the main Top 100 poll which has been dominated by big room EDM DJs in recent years. So, with that being said, make your voice heard and cast your vote at top100djs.com!