It seems like only yesterday that DJ Tony Moran was rocking gay Atlanta into the wee hours for Joining Hearts Weekend in July. The prodigal circuit legend returned on Pride Saturday to thump for the wall-to-wall throngs at Jungle.
Good thing the club’s renovation is in full swing. Every square foot had at least one shirtless someone in it, so the club needed the expanded space. Seems a full day in the park did little to wear out the Pride Weekend crowd.
Moran delivered the beats to try and sate the insatiable, as did house diva Phoenix and her background dancers with a suped up Pride performance.
Photos by Eric Huminski
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