So what if it’s only May 4? If it’s Sunday Funday in gay Atlanta and you need to get your Cinco de Mayo on before the workweek, slap on a sombrero, pull on a tank top and tie on a margarita.
A big crowd did just that on Sunday, hitting the popular patio at Ten Atlanta for boys, booze and beats. A whole day before Cinco proper? No worries. The inside-and-out fiesta included specials, giveaways and prizes to keep the crowd on its toes.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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