Asia’s Biggest Gay Circuit Party, GCircuit Songkran, Has Been Canceled

Coronavirus seems to be all anyone is talking about these days, and as of today the COVID-19 outbreak has reportedly been diagnosed in more than 100,000 people worldwide. Massive annual events that take place around the globe are being canceled left and right, and GCircuit’s SK 2020, Asia’s largest gay circuit party timed with the Thai national holiday Songkran, is the virus’s latest casualty. News of the canceled Songkran 2020 event was announced by GCircuit late Thursday.
In its statement about the canceled Songkran 2020 circuit party, GCircuit relayed that it was an unfortunate decision, but since even the most strict measures couldn’t guarantee guests’ safety, it was the right move.
Those who had already purchased tickets for the canceled Songkran 2020 event have been given two options: they can obtain a refund (minus incurred fees) or save their ticket for next year’s big circuit party, SK2021. Those who choose the latter option are also being offered a drink coupon.
“The safety and health of our customers are of the utmost importance to us. That’s why we made the very difficult decision to postpone the event,” says GCircuit’s statement.