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The 3rd Annual Club World Awards

Author: TranZfusion
Wednesday, March 9, 2005
Presenters, venue and performers set for Winter Music Conference 2005

Wednesday, March 23
10pm - 12am*
50 NE 11th Street
Downtown Miami

New York - The 3rd Annual Club World Awards, hosted by Club Systems International, is shaping up to be the most exclusive event of Winter Music Conference; a virtual who's-who of dance superstars. The only awards program to recognize excellence in clubland, the Club World Awards comprise 17 categories, ranging from "Best Superclub" to "Best DJ Product" to "Best Resident DJ." The winners will be announced at The Club World Awards ceremony at Nocturnal (50 NE 11th Street) nightclub on Wednesday, March 23rd during Winter Music Conference in Miami, Florida.

The awards ceremony will begin at 10 p.m. on the lush rooftop of Nocturnal, a new downtown Miami superclub set to make its worldwide debut during WMC. The 600-capacity roof features a 360-degree video dome and a cascading waterfall. The Scumfrog is the official MC for the show, with Miami impresario Alan T serving as VIP host. There will be open bar for all attendees for the duration of the ceremony, and the hour-long reception immediately following featuring a set by Stereo Montreal founder Angel Moraes.

*After the reception, guests are invited to stay for the exclusive WMC appearance of legendary DJ Fatboy Slim in Nocturnal's main room.
The list of prestigious presenters includes industry insiders, superstar DJs and clubbing cult personalities: Danny Tenaglia, Kelly Osbourne, Lady Bunny, Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie, Rookie Of The Year), Derek Silberstein & Marc Jay (Spike TV "The Club"), Sandra Collins, D:FUSE, DJ Irene, Christopher Lawrence, Ivano Bellini, MURK, Alan T, DJ Keri (Playboy), Scott Henry, Behrouz, Anthony Lamont (Asseteria), John Lyons (Avalon), Tim Scarne (LA DJ), Craze, Edgar V, & Stryke (Nocturnal), Vello Virhaus (V2 Labs), Bob Jones & Dade Sokoloff (managers, Nocturnal), Jim Tremayne (DJ Times), and Kerri Mason (Club Systems International).
Presenters will be transported to Nocturnal from South Beach on the full-size Ice party bus, courtesy of Ice Las Vegas.

Club Systems International is the only magazine in North America dedicated to the look, sound, and feel of nightclubs. Launched in July 2000 to instant acclaim, the monthly publication covers the world's best venues from a technical & aesthetic perspective. Club Systems International and sister publication DJ Times are published by Testa Communications.