DJ Paulo brought his dance floor magic back to Atlanta on Saturday, this time to headline the Peach Party for an appreciative crowd of shirtless dancing hunks at Tabernacle.
The annual Pride month Peach Party opened on Friday with Phil B at the Heretic. It stretched into the wee hours of Monday with big name DJs partying hard at Heretic, Jungle, Xion and Tabernacle all weekend long.
Saturday’s event also included a special performance by Phoenix. DJ Paulo delighted fans at Heretic in February and powered through a White Party at Jungle in December. He's had his fun with Peach Party boys too.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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