UK club voted second best in the world is closing down this weekend
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A club in the UK has been voted the second best in the world, but it's just about to close down.
DJ Tech Reviews has formulated the dream top-10 list for all you ravers out there - the 'most loved clubs around the world' - based on Google searches, Instagram followings, TikTok views and Google reviews.
And the UK is on fire, with one of its clubs coming in at second place and another even stealing the top spot.
However, sadly, you're only going to be able to visit one of them, because the club which has come in at second place is closing down in a matter of days.
Coming in at number one in the world - and beating the likes of Berlin's iconic Berghain - is the one and only The Warehouse Project located in Manchester.
The much-loved northern venue which sees ravers travel internationally for its consistently epic line-ups - Peggy Gou, Jamie XX and Disclosure to name a few - received a total score of 8.31 out of 10 as per DJ Tech Reviews.
But which club came in at second and yet is still set to shut down so soon?
Taking spot number two is Printworks London, which received an overall score of 8.27 out of 10.
However, if you were hoping to do a worldwide trip and make your way through the list of the world's 'most loved venues' your plans have unfortunately been thwarted.
Last year, the prestigious music venue revealed it would be closing down in May 2023, however it reassured it would be going out with a bang.
In a post to Twitter, it said: "We are pleased to announce that we will be delivering a final closing season. SS23 will be our biggest season to date and the culmination of six incredible years.
The closing weekend starts on Friday, 29 April and concludes on Monday, 1 May, alas all events are stated as being sold out on Printworks' official site.
As reported by Time Out, the former newspaper printing factory is set to be turned into offices after - despite the best efforts of a petition - Southwark Council reportedly agreed to the plans for the building to be redeveloped.
The council stated: "It is noted that a significant number of objections have been received in respect of the loss of the club/music venue currently operating on the site. It is acknowledged that this use has been very successful.
"However, the events use was initiated as a short term interim (meanwhile) use in 2016 pending development of the building within the masterplan. It was never intended to be a permanent use of the site."
Hopefully the closing of the notorious Surrey Quays site won't mean the end for Printworks as a whole though.
Printworks' statement posted to Twitter continues: "Discussions regarding the design, planning and delivery of a future Printworks continue, and we will update you as soon as we have more information to share.
"[...] We look forward to welcoming everyone back for one final season. Thank you for your continued support."
Rest in Peace for now Printworks, you'll be missed.