Those crazy kids at the monthly mayhem known as Bedlam did one of the parties they do best on Saturday. WackedOut Blackout 4 stripped down to barely legal, turned on the black light, splashed on some glow paint, and got down—all the way down.
These alternaqueer crazies know how to party. This time, they packed up their anything-goes insanity and resident DJ Shane V and headed to Xcess Ultra Lounge. Of course, they dressed to mess and added a twist: performances by Edie Cheezburger, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” fave Stacy Layne Matthews and others.
Next up for Bedlam is rumored to be a foam party at an as-yet-undecided location. Whatever and wherever they decide, it goes down Aug. 11.
Photos by Loren Hoffmann
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