Oh ManShaft, how we missed you. It seemed like we had to wait ages for the popular man-on-man dance party to return. (In fact, it's only been since November.) But when it did on Saturday, it packed quite a plaid punch.
We primed you on how to dress for this ManShaft: Lumberjack Edition at Heretic. You didn't disappoint. You never do.
And so a packed club of men in their plaid, jeans and hats enjoyed a sweaty night of gyrating on the dance floor to the beats of DJ Neon the Glowgobear and DJ Diablo Rojo, the force behind the quarterly event.
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