As part of a full weekend of special Pride events, the men of Heretic had a parade of their own. They paraded not one, not two, but three DJs across three nights, including the legendary Roland Belmares for Saturday’s main event.
No stranger to Atlanta or the hot, hunky happenings at Heretic, Belmares kept the beat, then beat it some more, then beat the crowd into a frenzy with his signature mix of soaring vocals with high energy instrumentals.
It was par for the Pride course, of course. DJ Shane Stiel popped the party on Friday, and things got hairy with Stan Jackson during Bear Invasion on Sunday.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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