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Ready, Set, Let's Get Wet: Gcircuit’s Songkran is Back

By BK staff | Jan 19, 2012

  • Ready, Set, Let's Get Wet: Gcircuit’s Songkran is Back
  • Ready, Set, Let's Get Wet: Gcircuit’s Songkran is Back

Tank tops, check. Arm bands, check. Speedos, check. Six pack, check. Then you’re ready for the gay party of the year, boys—Gcircuit’s Songkran is coming back during Apr 13-15. Parties on the first two days will be at the newly-reopened Zen (probably the 18th floor, but not yet confirmed), while Falabella will host the final day. The DJ lineup might not be very exciting (DJs Alexander, Tony Moran and Alex Acosta), but hot go-go boy dancers from Japan will probably liven things up. Tickets are B1,900 and B2,400 (VIP) at the door. The early-bird three-day passes are B3,600/4,500 (VIP) from Feb 1-21 and B4,500/5,400 from Feb 22-Apr 11. All advance purchases available at www.gCircuit.com

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