The front door was locked, and the monthly Bedlam partiers had to park and enter from the rear. Not that they minded. Thursday’s Bedlam Presents: Shhhh party was kinda hush-hush. Until you got inside.
Rather than their usual all-out original themes like WackedOut Blackout, MadMad Masquerade and Seven Sinners Sinning, Bedlam kept its semi-private second anniversary affair simple by comparison, but trust: The “Shhhhh” party was still rowdy.
Beats by DJ Shane V kept the crazy flowing right alongside the shots and drinks. Next up for Bedlam, it’s back to business. Their second annual pool party “H2(h)o” splashes down on June 16 at W Downtown’s Wetbar.
Photos by Loren Hoffmann
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