The Atlanta Eagle filled with dancing queens on Friday, there to enjoy the Mash Attacks! from Athens, Greece-based mashup master Robin Skouteris.
Local favorite gay DJ Pat Scott (photo right with Skouteris) was also in the booth, helping to work the crowd – a fun mix of pretty boys and leather men – as they mashed against one another on a packed dance floor. The event benefited Saint Lost-n-Found, the local group spearheaded by the Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence that has taken on helping homeless LGBT youth with a center and programming.
If you’re not familiar with all that is Skouteris, our preview is full of video of his work.
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