After two jammed-packed nights, what's a gay Peach Party boy to do on Sunday afternoon? Keep the dancing going. So they did with the help of Twisted Dee at Ten.
The event ran smack into the bar's popular Sunday Funday party. Mix that with the ability of Twisted Dee – nee Dee Martello – to get the guys to party without their shirts and well, Ten's patio put the abs on display.
The annual Peach Party opened on Friday at Heretic with Phil B and continued on Saturday with the main event – DJ Paulo at Tabernacle. When the afternoon fun closed down at Ten, Peach Partiers moved it to Jungle for Alegria.
Photos by Brian Hughes
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