The Eagle went big for Atlanta Pride on Saturday, hosting a trio of popular DJs for a massive celebration that spilled out of the building, onto their big deck and into the parking lot.
The Rise Dance Party, sponsored by Fort Troff, included DJs Marc Cubs, Neon the Glowgobear and Pat Scott. Cubs kicked off the bar's Pride festivities on Friday.
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