The crew at Jungle had an inkling that a red party for Valentine’s Day would be cute. They figured a Tribal Bitch of Hearts theme might help, and they knew that DJ Paulo would put it over the top.
Such was the scene on Saturday when a mixed crowd of partiers got down to the sounds of the international beat master. All went according to Jungle’s master plan as Paulo flip-turned Valentine’s night on its ear for throngs of red-clad guests.
Speaking of Bitch of Hearts, Phoenix and her girls debuted a new weekly Fantasy Girls show to get the early crowd hopped up on drag. The hostess stayed after the show to work the crowd with photo opps.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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