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Roger Sanchez speaker and DJ at the biggest worldwide nightlife event of the year

The congress and gala will conclude with the release of The World’s 100 Best Clubs 2022 list
The world-renowned international DJ Roger Sanchez will be a speaker at the 8th International Nightlife Congress to be held this upcoming November 30 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Tenerife, Spain. Sanchez will also be Djing during the 7th Golden Moon Awards where the highly anticipated list of The World's 100 Best Clubs 2022 will be announced once more. As you already know, 260 clubs from 44 different countries have been nominated to enter this year’s list.
Besides releasing the list of The World's 100 Best Clubs 2022 and the Golden Moon Award for The World’s Best Club 2022, at the same award ceremony the Golden Moon Award 2022 for Best Nightlife Innovative Project, Best Collaborative Project in Defense of Nightlife, Best Act of Excellence and Protection of Clients’ and Workers’ Safety, Best Residency, Most Sustainable Venue, and Best Nightlife Business Group will be given.
Previous to the Golden Moon Awards, for the sixth consecutive edition, the 8th International Nightlife Congress will take place. Both events will be held together with the Spanish Nightlife Congress, Spain’s most important nightlife event. The Congress will start by discussing the "Safety and Quality the Foundation for Nightlife" followed by the panel "Kick-Starting Nightlife Worldwide After a Pandemic", and “Innovation and New Technologies in Nightlife”.
The round table discussion "Kick-Starting Nightlife Worldwide After a Pandemic" will have the participation of international DJ Roger Sanchez.

Last days left to vote for The World’s 100 Best Clubs 2022 list

The list will be made public on November 30th
We are pleased to remind you that there are only 10 days left to vote for your favorite venue for The World’s 100 Best Clubs 2022 since the voting period will close on November 1, 2022. Don’t miss out and give your favorite venue the opportunity of making a position on the list. The voting platform opened on September 1 and has already received over 250,000 votes.

The list to be made public on November 30th at the 7th Golden Moon Awards

As you may know, the International Nightlife Association (INA) is making a comeback with the 8th International Nightlife Congress and 7th Golden Moon Awards Gala in Tenerife, Spain. The event will gather nightlife representatives, staff, officials, and sponsors from around the world, creating a forum to assess the sector’s recovery and challenges to make the nightlife industry stronger than ever before. The chosen venue for said events is the Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife.

As a novelty, this 8th edition of the International Nightlife Congress will be held together with the 3rd Spanish Nightlife Congress and the 2nd Canary Leisure Congress, all organized by the International Nightlife Association, Spain Nightlife, and the Business Circle of the South of Tenerife (CEST).

The congresses will feature presentations and round tables in which representatives of public administrations, business associations, those responsible for large companies, SMEs, and the self-employed in the nightlife sector will be able to contribute different perspectives with the main objective of the search for excellence. In addition, it is proposed as a networking space in which economic actors can generate relationships both within the sector and between this and other economic areas.

During the evening of November 30, the INA will host the 7th Golden Moon Awards Gala where among other awards, the list of The World’s 100 Best Clubs 2022 will be released.

According to Mr. Joaquim Boadas, Secretary General of the INA, “We are proud to re-launch our annual event after the hardships endured these past two years due to the pandemic. The nightlife industry as one of the hardest-hit needs the opportunity to come together and become stronger than ever. We would like to appeal to the leading nightlife businesses worldwide to take part in these events and pave the way for the sector’s future.
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Marina Bay Sunset Bar

Restaurant/Lounge Club/Bar/Beachclub
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Mirador Calma

Restaurante/Lounge Club/Cocktail Bar
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Harry's Cocktail Bar

Restaurant/Cocktail Bar
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Roca Negra Sunset Club

Restaurant/Lounge Club
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Le Club

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Monkey Beach Club

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The International Nightlife Association offers the Mayor of Adeje all its support in the Butterfly nightclub case, with the aim of trying to avoid future cases such as the one occurred.

The implementation of the international safety seal "International Nightlife Safety Certified" will be proposed to the nightlife venues in the area.

Dear all, 

In the wake of the unpleasant incident that occurred early Sunday at the "Butterfly" club in Adeje, Tenerife (Spain), when the floor of the venue gave way and 40 people fell onto the ground floor, the International Nightlife Association, through its member association in Spain (Spain Nightlife), wants to send a message of support to the injured in the incident and also to the Mayor of Adeje. In these complicated moments, the International Nightlife Association and Spain Nightlife, is offering the Mayor of Adeje all its knowledge, means and tools available to try to prevent incidents like these from happening again. In this sense, the International Nightlife Association, being aware of the difficulty of being able to detect in advance a problem like the one affecting the foundation of the affected nightclub, plans to offer the Mayor of Adeje, Mr. José Miguel Rodríguez, the possibility of implementing the international safety seal, “International Nightlife Safety Certified”, in the nightclubs. The International Nightlife Association has been developing said seal for 4 years with the support of the United Nations World Tourism Organization, with the aim of improving security in nightlife establishments. The meeting has already been requested and could be held in the next upcoming days. The international distinction referred to works like an international license would, considering it requires the fulfillment of a series of specific safety requirements for the nightlife sector that are homogeneous for everyone. This seal has two categories, the "Basic" and the "Premium", the second being more demanding in terms of requirements to be met, but both incorporate an inspection protocol that allows improving the safety and security of nightlife establishments as well as distinguishing between those venues who bet for safety in a clear and open way, of those who do not. The seal not only promotes the passive safety of users but also active safety and protects them from very diverse possibilities. Recently, at the 4th International Nightlife Congress held in Ibiza this past October, the "International Nightlife Safety Certified" seal was presented and all the guest speakers, among whom, the Director of Affiliated Members of the United Nations World Tourism Organization –Mrs. Yolanda Perdomo- agreed that said seal is the best bet for the prevention of incidents in nightlife establishments worldwide. In addition, this seal obtained the Golden Moon Award in the category “Best Safety Action” as the best initiative in this matter.
From the International Nightlife Association we consider, in any case, that the incident that occurred in Adeje is a totally isolated case and that it should be investigated, under no circumstances should make us think that nightlife is unsafe. According to Mr. Joaquim Boadas, General Secretary of the International Nightlife Association and of Spain Nightlife, stated this morning that, "Facts like these unfairly and badly deteriorate the image of the nightlife sector at a local, national and international level, so it is very important that the public opinion visualizes that the nightlife sector is betting openly and vigorously for the safety of its clients, which is why we make this seal available to all venues, so that customers can know in advance, before going to a nightlife venue, if it meets international safety requirements, which will be a key factor when it comes to attracting customers, especially tourists". It is safe to say that the nightlife sector moves-directly or indirectly-about 33% of international tourism, so it is extremely important that public administrations help the sector in its task of implementing these programs of excellence as they help the sector and its users, but also protects the image and prestige of the tourist destinations that have a greater nightlife offer.  When an incident like this occurs, the image of the destination where it has occurred is also seriously damaged, as well as the image of the rest of nightlife venues in the area and the world, which is why a joint commitment of the administration and the sector in favor of the safety of nightlife establishments is essential for certifying and highlighting their safety on an international basis. In this sense, from the International Nightlife Association we are already working together with the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) to expand the distinction at a world-wide level, since the organization has over 158 affiliated members who are governments from different parts of the world. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us at (+34) 902.099.500 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Wednesday, 08 October 2014 02:00


Lounge, Nightclub
Tenerife (Spain) 

Gold Member & Triple Excellence


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