Nonsense ATL – the purveyors of hip dance parties across Atlanta – helped a big, queer-inclusive crowd shake off the cold and get into the groove of a new year with its first '80s dance party of 2018 on Saturday.
DJ Kimber provided all the best from the Reagan years – music, that is – during the fun evening at the Basement in East Atlanta.
Heyday '80s Dance Party returns Feb. 3.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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