Nothing packs ‘em in quite like a legend or a fundraiser. Shirtless dancing queens and painted drag queens got both on Saturday when they descended on the dance floor at Jungle for gay DJ Tony Moran’s return to Atlanta.
The driving beats of the venerable spinmeister also served as the backdrop for the after party of Fenuxe’s bachelor auction (view photos). A portion of VIP ticket sales benefited Joining Hearts in its months-long build-up to gay Atlanta’s biggest summer pool party.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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