You can count on the Atlanta Eagle for thrills and chills on any weekend night of the year, but it was those of a different kind that made the weekend so epic at the Levi-leather bar for Halloween.
The annual “Nightmare on Ponce” from the Panther L/L club included tableaus and other visual frights under this year’s “Dark Harvest” theme. Virtual corn fields, scarecrows, and cages brought the fantasy to life. DJ Eric spun the beats, and the costumed crowd did the rest.
Photos by Brian Hughes
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