My Sister’s Room hosted a trifecta of “Dancefloor Decadance” on Saturday, pulling in Scream Club, Nicky Click and IQ from Kin 4 Life for a fun night on the dance floor that ranged from a live show to hip hop, punk rock and more from the DJ booth.
The day started early for the poplar lesbian club, thanks to the throngs of fans who showed for the East Atlanta Strut and later for college football. But when the sun went down and the music was turned up, the dance floor filled up.
The bar worked a busy Labor Day Weekend with a Sin City theme on Sept. 1 (view photos). This Saturday, My Sister’s Room hosts Lesbian Speed Dating and Virgo Birthday Bash along with its regular comedy shtick, “It’s that time of the month!”
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