Alternaqueers stripped down to their Speedos and celebrated the end of summer with an epic drag meltdown at Heretic.
Legendary Children’s Nuclear Meltdown took over the Cheshire Bridge dance club on Friday with the help of DJ King Atlas, an “a-pop-olaptyic beach party” and a slate of drag queens that included “RuPaul’s Drag Race” winner Violet Chachki. We warned you this would be a meltdown of epic proportions. It was, gas masks included.
Chachki capped a drag show that included Cayenne Rouge, Dax Clamation – who may or may not be making her way to the new season of “Drag Race” – Mo'Dest Volgare, Arrianna Paris, Evah Destruction and Biqtch Puddin’.
You just know that when Legendary Children – the force behind the “Best of Atlanta’s” Wussy Mag – takes center stage at Heretic, good things happen. Like when they got themselves all “Hogtied” in June.
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