Valid ID
Must be 20+ years of age to enter the event. Only government issued driver’s license or identification card will be accepted, provided it contains both a photograph and date of birth.

Please note: Temporary paper driver’s licenses, birth certificates, school issued, or expired identification cards will not be accepted.

Event Entry / Security
We strongly recommend arriving early to avoid queues. Outside food and drinks are strictly prohibited at the security checkpoints. Please refer to the list below for items not allowed. Expect a thorough search upon entry, including examination of items in your pockets, purses, and bags. Event security reserves the right to deny entry to anyone.

Bag Check
Some of you may prefer not to arrive at the venue in your outfit and would rather change on-site. Not to worry, we’ve got you covered with a bag check service. However, please be aware that there won’t be a private changing area. Keep this in mind if you choose not to arrive in your party outfit, and consider wearing it underneath with an easily removable top layer.

Please note that we cannot be held responsible for any lost or stolen articles. We advise you to keep any valuable items with you. Also, be aware that all bags are subject to inspection of their contents.

Cost – 100 baht (cash only)

First Aid
A clearly marked Medical Station will be available. The licensed medical staff’s goal is to provide appropriate treatment so you can continue to enjoy the festival. Onsite services provided by the festival’s medical staff are free of charge and confidential. Please do not hesitate to seek their assistance.

Smoking Areas
Absolutely NO SMOKING within the indoor venue. Anyone caught smoking will be asked to leave, and no refund will be given. There will be signage indicating designated smoking areas.

Public Transportation
If you will be drinking, we encourage festival attendees to take our shuttle bus or taxi to/from the venue.

Parking spaces are available at all venues. Please DO NOT DRINK & DRIVE!

NO refunds or exchanges on tickets and drinks
NO sitting on designated dance Floor areas
NO fighting (you will be ejected immediately)
NO smoking (unless in designated smoking areas)

Prohibited Items
NO weapons
NO drugs or any illegal substances
NO lighters and matches
NO chewing gums (breath mints are okay)
NO laser pointers
NO large chains or spiked jewelry
NO large purses or bags (please leave anything larger than 10″ x 10″ at Bag Deposit Station)
NO outside food or beverages
NO professional recording equipment ­photo, video, or audio (no detachable lenses, tripods, big zooms or commercial use rigs)
NO drone

Acceptable Items
OK small bags, single compartment backpacks and purses (maximum 10″ x 10″)
OK fanny packs
OK non-professional cameras
OK mobile phones
OK selfie sticks
OK earplugs
OK glowing/illuminated costumes or jewelries

Image Rights
By buying the tickets, unless written communication is submitted to the organizer, the attendees give their consent to appear in images and videos taken during the events for their subsequent distribution for Circuit Festival’s promotional, informational or commercial purposes.

Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate at time of writing, however is subject to change. Please refer to the event website on the day of the event for any updated event information. ENJOY THE FESTIVAL!


Security tips for your visit:

  • Do not carry a large amount of cash, valuable items and important documents while you are out partying.
  • Do not leave your personal belongings unattended.
  • If you are alone in an isolated place, be alert.

What should you do if you are a victim of theft, discrimination or homophobic aggression?

  • Keep calm and call 191 (Thailand’s emergency line).
  • Remember who was there and where everything happened.
  • If you are injured, go directly to a hospital to get treated immediately.

Tips for good civic behaviour:

To ensure a respectful relationship with locals, we advise against doing the following:

  • Going out shirtless if not near beach areas.
  • Drinking alcohol in the streets.
  • Noise pollution (screaming, shouting).
  • Urinating in the street.
  • Littering in public areas.


If during any of the events you have lost or forgotten documentation or personal belongings, send an email to describing the items and specifying the date and time you lost them. Do not forget to include your name, e-mail and a mobile phone number we can reach you.