Last Day to Enter the Nightclub & Bar Awards is Friday!

Nightclub & Bar Awards

Don’t Wait! Submit your Bar, lounge or nightclub today.

Get the recognition you deserve! The 2015 Nightclub & Bar Awards is the top annual recognition of the best and brightest across various categories within the nightlife industry.

Deadline to submit is this Friday, January 9!

Nightclub & Bar Awards offers three award categories— Bar Awards, Nightclub Awards and Vegas Nightclub Awards — so there is something for everyone from the operator of the smallest bar in town to the largest dance club. Our expert judges will review the entries and cast their ballots to identify the finalists and then crown the winner in each category. 

Information Needed To Complete Nomination:
In order to complete a Nightclub & Bar Award nomination you will need to include:

- Written Narrative - Document detailing how the venue excels in the attributes of the award category entered. 
- Supporting Materials - Photos, videos, samples of marketing materials, etc. that demonstrates excellence in the award category entered. 

Entry Criteria: 
Nominated bars may be stand-alone bars or operate within an independent restaurant or hotel/resort property in the United States. Chain concepts — eight or more locations of the same concept – are not eligible to enter. However, an individual bar concept (operating in seven or fewer locations) owned by a single individual or company may enter. 

Nomination submissions are subject to review and only qualifying nominations will be accepted and presented to the judges for review. If your venue won a category in the 2014 Nightclub & Bar Awards, it is not eligible to win within that category again until 2016. The venue is, however, eligible to enter other categories in which it may fit.

For additional rules, regulations and entry criteria please click here or on the Award Details button below. 

Nightclub & Bar Rules and Regulations


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