The third of six gay dance parties went down hard with a set by DJ Alain Jackinsky at Jungle on Saturday. That’s when Peach Party pundits say the weekend of events really went into overdrive.
Following a Friday party that sent the weekend reeling into the stratosphere, the Canadian music guru helmed the main event with aplomb. He spun Atlanta’s dancing queens into a sweaty fury, while a performance by Phoenix supplemented the fun.
The night wasn’t anywhere near over as Peach Party changed venues after the witching hour with an Isaac Escalante set at Xion. Just as he promised us, Escalante brought it until dawn.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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