The Latest: Dance club dance crazes continue in the Philippines article The Philippines has experienced a surge in the number of people turning up to dance to music and other dance genres at nightclubs and bars across the country.
In 2016, nearly 1.4 million people were seen at nightclub dances, according to the Bureau of Customs.
The number of dance clubs has more than tripled in the past five years, according a study by the International Dance Industry Association.
In 2018, more than 300 nightclubs were licensed in the country, according the Association’s Global Dance Week report.
While many of these venues are not as popular as the ones that make up clubbing hotspots like Ibiza and Barcelona, they are still a major part of the dance culture.
And according to data from the National Bureau of Statistics, dance clubs are among the fastest growing segments of the population.
The Philippines was ranked in the top five countries for the number and number of nightclub dance clubs in 2017.
The country recorded more than 10,000 dance clubs per capita in 2017, according data from The Pulse Asia.
The country’s dance scene has been steadily expanding in recent years.
The number of licensed nightclubs in the nation increased from 2,400 in 2014 to 3,400 last year.
In 2020, the country saw more than 7,200 nightclubs.
This article was originally published on Business Insider.