A decades-long tradition continued on Sunday as The Armorettes hosted the annual Easter Drag Races at Midtown Moon.
Hundreds packed the parking lot on a bright and sunny day in Ansley Square for the no-cover event.
There were carnival games galore, an Easter bonnet contest and a special Easter edition camp drag show to cap it all off.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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