It was time for another edition of the popular G8yties party on Friday as boys bounced to beats all night at Heretic.
It was a Club MTV edition of the party, a tribute to the ‘80s to early ‘90s TV show modeled after “American Bandstand.”
DJ Mike Pope pumped up the jams for the night.
G8yties returns to Heretic on June 21 with the Romancing the Stone(wall) edition.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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