By now, all you have to do to attract a wall-to-wall crowd at Heretic is say “Bearracuda Atlanta.” The Cheshire Bridge gay bar welcomed back the party series on Saturday with all the big hairy shirtless fun that its reputation promises.
Speaking of reputations, this round of the event brought DJ Paul Goodyear and his legendary beats to town. Like the amazing DJs that Bearracuda attracts for all its gigs, Goodyear kept the party going and the dance floor toe-to-toe until the very last minute.
We’ve tracked the success of Bearracuda since its Atlanta debut. The party most recently re-entered Heretic’s mancave in October. Before that, it was a Stonewall month blast and a Febru-hairy experience.
Photos by Eric Huminski
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