The dollars flew and the drinks flowed as the Chug drag show returned to Georgia Beer Garden in Sweet Auburn.
The Saturday night show drew a diverse crowd to the upstairs portion of the popular Edgewood Avenue bar.
Taylor Alxndr and Molly Rimswell (photo) hosted the show, which featured performances by Thin Mint, Chelsea Daggers, Zodie Yak, and Dolly Spottswood.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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