Circuit Party for LGBTs is Touring the Philippines this 2017

EVERY June, the LGBT community marks the LGBT Pride Month to celebrate their colorful lives and more importantly, to continue their fight for equal rights.

While this is still a long way to go, there is hope for them as proven by a recent milestone in Taiwan. The country’s High Court has ruled that same-sex marriage is now legal, and has gone to create a framework to amend the existing laws.

This is reason to rejoice in the whole of Asia particularly here in neighboring Philippines! And lucky for Filipino LGBT members, there’s the perfect venue to do so!

Especially catering to the LGBT community, Jungle Circuit Party is the first of its kind here, yet is already the biggest in Asia!

Let us know more about the wildest circuit party to hit the country today in this press release:

“Jungle had its first event in 2014, and quickly had their first massive turnout in the 2015 Jungle Halloween Ball that gathered 3,128 party animals inside House Manila in Remington Hotel. Its success was repeated the next year when 3,548 people danced to Jungle Day of the Dead at The Eye in Green Sun. This was almost doubled when 6,378 partied at the Jungle in LaBoracay 2016, and still grew last May 2017 at 7,866 party animals.

Behind this success is Kris Nuevo, the queen who had been to so many circuit parties abroad. He is also tagged as the youngest event organizer in Asia. He wondered why there’s no event of that magnitude in the Philippines that gives the same great experience like he had in those overseas raves.

‘There are parties organized before Jungle, but I think these LGBT parties lack certain elements that makes up a circuit event,’ Kris said.

He made sure that Jungle Circuit Party is in line with those he attended abroad. His standards in terms of music, performers, surprises, and overall guest experience made Jungle a highly patronized and successful name in the LGBT party crowd. Jungle Circuit Party was even tagged by Travel Gay Asia, the most comprehensive online travel guide for gay people, as the biggest LGBT dance party in the Philippines.

‘Philippines’s Jungle maybe third in terms of ranking against Bangkok’s GCircuit or Taipei’s G5 but it certainly put us in the map, and it’s quite a good start,’ Kris said on how Jungle fares with circuit parties abroad.

International standards mean only the best get to spin for the crowd, and that’s who they feature every night they’re on. Locally, they tap Toy Armada who was invited to spin in White Party Bangkok and Palm Springs, Jay Santos who played in Songkran GCircuit Party, and Brian Cua who was handpicked by Madonna to do an official remix of two singles in Rebel Hearts.

Foreign DJs are also in the mix, featuring the likes of Kitty Glitter (Australia), Odin (Taiwan), Spectrum K (Thailand), Louis T (Malaysia), Mango (Taiwan), Preeda (Thailand), Taki (HongKong) and Romeo (Brazil).

If you missed the epic party in Boracay on Labor Day Weekend, there’s still chance for you to experience the Jungle. 

Jungle Circuit Party will have a nationwide tour this year for those who can’t go to Manila or Boracay. Included destinations are Iloilo, Cebu, Davao for Kadayawan Festival, General Santos, and Cagayan De Oro. Halloween fanatics should also look out for this year’s Halloween Ball in Manila.

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