The Heretic transformed itself into a winter wonderland on New Year's Eve, dressing up in all white and dancing all night with the help of DJ Phil B.
The Genesis White Party blowout celebrating the arrival of 2016 also included performer Angelica D'Paige, who emceed into the New Year. The bar teamed up with Fort Troff for an evening that benefited Ready 4 Hope, which raises fund for HIV charities.
It was the fourth rendition of the party, which partied with DJ Kidd Madonny in 2014 and DJ Eddie Baez in 2013. Phil B launched the successful event in 2012.
The bar served up a Recovery Edition of its Pump Friday with DJ Sean Mac to nurse the hangovers out of party-goers.
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