Even before Opening Day on Sunday, Hotlanta Softball League’s Talons team hosted a beer bust at F.R.O.G.S. Cantina on Saturday to kick off spring and softball season with a party on the patio.
But it wasn’t all beer, sunshine, discounted margaritas and Jell-O shots. Campy drag emcee Amanda Topp provided entertainment, DJ Joey S. laid down beats, and charity fundraisers including a raffle went to support the fight against men’s cancer.
From the looks of these photos, things got pretty rowdy. Hope they were all rested up for Sunday’s day of games.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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