DJ Paulo returned to Atlanta to once again headline Peach Party, delivering a Saturday night set worthy of the main event for the weekend-long summer celebration.
It was a late night of shirtless hunks filling the dance floor with a special performance by Phoenix. Yes, two hotties really did carry this queen on their shoulders from the main bar to the stage so she could deliver a number to remember.
The weekend opened Friday with Phil B at Heretic and included Josh Whitaker at Ten on Sunday afternoon with Abel later that night at Jungle. Peach Party also included two late, late nights at Xion.
In 2016, Paulo helmed the Peach Party event at Tabernacle.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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