The gay men, lesbians and everybody else who like to party Bedlam style did it in poolside fashion on Saturday at the W Downtown’s WetBar with an extra reason to party: Bedlam’s second anniversary.
With all the mayhem the Bedlam peeps brings to the party scene, it’s hard to believe it’s been two years since the monthly theme party first whacked gay Atlanta nightlife over the head with a healthy dose of originality. But it’s true; the second H2(h)O 2 party marked a second wet, wild anniversary with DJ Shane V at the helm.
Next up for Bedlam is its popular WackedOutBlackOut 4 on July 14. Expect very little clothing and body paint for this glow-in-the-dark blacklight party. Get ready for it with photos from last year’s BlackOut, and in the meantime, revel in the melee that was H2(h)O 2 in these pics.
Photos by Loren Hoffmann
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