High tea. Low tea. Tea all Sunday Funday long. That was the approach of gay hotspot Ten as it debuted a new monthly themed party over the weekend.
Atlantis offered DJs Rob Reum and Daryl Cox, who started with classic vocals in the late afternoon and shifted to the latest hits when the sun went down. The event kicked off the venue's new themed Sunday Funday, scheduled for the fourth Sunday of each month.
Last month, Ten hosted the start of a rally and march supporting transgender Atlantans and the Joining Hearts after party.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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