Atlanta’s gay nightlife veterans at Heretic know when they’ve got a good thing, and they keep it coming. Such is the case with Bearracuda Atlanta, which returned for hairy, beefy fun with London DJ HiFi Sean.
On Saturday, the bear-y dance party that’s now rocking 30 cities since its humble 2008 beginnings in San Francisco pulled in Atlanta’s bad boys and kept them close for the fourth time. The big, beefy party crew also did what it does so well to the Heretic back in June, in Febru-hairy, and at Bearracuda’s Atlanta debut in June of last year.
Keep an eye out for the next Bearracuda Atlanta as Heretic sets for another heavy set this Saturday with DJ Twisted Dee.
Photos by Eric Huminski
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