When the main event was over, the nightlife surrounding Joining Hearts kicked into overdrive. DJ Tony Moran manhandled it – and a packed dance floor – at Jungle late Saturday.
The ablicious main event in Piedmont Park was a spectacle all by itself. But it was surrounded by even more sweaty fun all weekend, including the kick off Friday at Heretic, the after party at Ten and Xion.
Moran was last at Jungle in March when he made the dance club thump all night long.
Photos by Laura Baccus Studios
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