The never-ending love affair between Atlanta’s gay dancing queens and DJ Chad Jack continued Saturday when the sexy New York City remix master hit Jungle for a return engagement.
The Atlanta Gets Jacked Party featured the beats of the phenom we got to know a little better before the gig. He owned the crowd with his personal formula for success.
“I give them some of what they’re expecting, but I also try to educate them on other stuff they haven’t heard,” Jack said before the event. “My main goal is to keep my dancefloor full.”
Also on tap that night? Special performances by Phoenix and a dance floor full of dizzying lights and shirtless men.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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