What happens when the legendary partiers of Bedlam and LovHer join forces? A night of togetherness that not only breaks new ground but raises the roof on yet another gay Atlanta nightlife first in the new and improved renovated spaces at Jungle.
That was the scene on Saturday, when Jungle played host to a combined effort of the predominantly African American lesbian crowd of LovHer and the notoriously welcoming but nonetheless gay male-led Bedlam. The one-of-a-kind event brought a mixed crowd that mixed well. DJ E provided the Hip Hop, ‘80s and ‘90s beats, and Bedlam collaborator and Sing For Your Life judge Michael Robinson performed.
If you haven’t heard, Jungle’s kitchen is open and cooking. Get there early Saturday for din-din, Lily White’s Foreplay show and the night’s crown jewel Limelight Resurrection. They’re all part of the Best Gay Things To Do in Atlanta This Weekend.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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