Nightclub & Bar Awards 2011 a Call for Entries!

Nightclub & Bar Awards 2011Back by popular demand, the 2011 Nightclub & Bar Awards will open for nominations and entry submissions in late September. The deadline for entries is Nov. 5. Visit for information, nomination criteria and entry forms.

Launched in late 2009 with the first awards presented on the red carpet at the 2010 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas, the Nightclub & Bar Awards celebrate the best nightclubs, bars and restaurants in the U.S. Awards are given in both Nightclub categories and Bar categories.

Operators can nominate their venue or another they admire, and suppliers/vendors, wholesalers, consultants and other industry members are welcome to nominate outstanding nightclubs, bars and restaurants. A panel comprised of the NCB editorial team, select members of the Nightclub & Bar Advisory Board, industry journalists and other industry professionals will judge entries. Winners will be featured in Nightclub & Bar magazine and online at, and celebrated during the 2011 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas, March 7-9, to which they’ll receive complimentary passes.

Nominations for nightclub operators may be made in the following categories: Mega-Club of the Year, Nightclub of the Year, Ultra-Lounge of the Year, New Club of the Year, Promotion/Party/Event of the Year and Resident DJ of the Year.

Bar operators may be nominated in the following categories: Cocktail Lounge of the Year, Wine Bar of the Year, Beer Bar of the Year, Sports Bar of the Year, Small Wonder Bar of the Year, Hotel Bar of the Year and Bartender of the Year.

Go online to to learn more and perhaps earn your place on the red carpet at the 2011 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show!


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