The Atlanta Eagle 'Kinked' up its Halloween celebration on Saturday with leather daddies, soldiers and superheroes all dressed up for some fun.
DJ Pat Scott kept the music flowing and a late-night costume contest helped cap the Kinked 2016 party at the popular bar.
The Halloween party came a few weeks after the Eagle hosted the Rise Dance Party for Pride, entertained the Atlanta Bear Fest with Bubba Bang in July and offered the Stoplight Party in June.
Photos by Brian Hughes
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