No jam-packed gay day at Six Flags was going to wear out Atlanta’s gay dance crowd enough to keep them from Jungle, where a live concert by Debby Holiday and the local debut of DJ Phil DaBeatz awaited on Saturday night.
After Saturday’s rides, picnicking and other amusements during Rainbow Days at Six Flags (view photos), Jungle hosted one of three Rainbow Days afterparties. And the club made it count with special guests sure to keep the day-long celebration going far into the night.
Holiday, long a gay ally and vocal powerhouse on our dance floors, sang a set of her hits as well as the debut of her anti-bullying single “Key to Your Soul” (watch video). DaBeatz just added to the frenzy by bringing his burgeoning reputation from Chicago to town to beat the local dancing queens into submission.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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