After a poolside packed with 1,000 hunks got the blood pumping, DJ Tony Moran kept Joining Hearts beating on Saturday night at Jungle’s official afterparty for the annual fundraising fandango.
In full evidence in our gallery below, the party didn’t skip a beat as gay Atlanta’s shirtless throngs headed from the 25th annual Joining Hearts main event (view photos) at Piedmont Park directly to Jungle for Moran’s signature sound.
The event was part of a weekend-long circuit DJ series that raised money – and the roof – for AID Atlanta and Jerusalem House.
For his part, Moran loved it.
Jungle nightclub, unstoppable energy last night. Thank you so much for the love. It was incredible. Love, Tony
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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