How do you ease into a long, hard weekend of partying for Atlanta Bear Pride? With the official Warm Up Party at Woofs, that’s how.
So the bears that descended on the weekend-long celebration channeled their inner sports jock and packed the popular LGBT sports bar on Piedmont Road on Friday.
After the opening party at Woofs, Atlanta Bear Pride went late night with Bearracuda at Heretic and then DJ Scott Anthony at Xion. The weekend continued Saturday with the Bear-B-Q fundraiser before moving to Jungle later that night. DJ Deanne then slipped into Xion ahead of a closing party on Sunday with DJ Stan Jackson at BJ Roosters.
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