The Chug drag show was back at Georgia Beer Garden on Saturday, and this time the event took on the decade of grunge, gangsta rap and Pokemon.
Yes, it was a ‘90s-themed night this time around with Chug’s mainstay hosts Taylor Alxndr and Molly Rimswell.
Featured performers included Alex Suarez, Dotte Comm and Sraya Sis, plus Deku provided the sounds for the night.
Want more scenes from Chug nights? We’ve got photos going back to the show’s beginnings last summer!
Georgia Beer Garden is closed through end of March due to concerns about the coronavirus.
Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood
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