Atlanta’s favorite glow-in-the-dark body paint party WackedOutBlackOut returned to My Sister’s Room on Saturday courtesy of host Wussy Mag.
Partygoers turned their bodies into canvasses for a night of drinking and dancing, with performances by Molly Rimswell and JayBella Banks.
Can’t get enough wacked out pics from the most recent event below? Check out Project Q Atlanta’s series of pics from the event over the years since the party’s inception in 2011.
Photos by Laura Baccus Studio
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