DJ Ed Bailey returned to Jungle on Saturday for with one of the club’s signature events. Studio 54 beckoned for the crowds to shake their groove things like they were back in New York’s disco heyday.
Jungle’s glittery version of Studio 54’s famous coke-snorting moon (top photo) helped transform the space into a disco throwback. Some of Atlanta’s gay dancing queens took our advice and took the theme to heart, too. Guests donned afros, leisure suits and all manner of other disco diva costume interpretations. That included a fro’d-out Phoenix performing onstage as part of the festivities.
The next chances for Saturday night fever at Jungle are Grindr Night on March 10 and DJ Eddie Baez on March 17.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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