When Black Gay Pride nightlife hits full stride, the celebrations are legendary and spread across the city – including a nights of festivities from Wassup N ATL at Jungle.
On Sept. 1, Big Freedia, the New Orleans-based rapper and Bounce music ambassador, was scheduled to host the event. DJs Trouble and Event Brice handled the music.
The celebration continued at Jungle on Saturday with a Black Gay Pride dance party.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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