Southern Fried Queer Pride spread a dozen events over five days for their festival this year, including a variety show on Saturday and an event-closing picnic on Sunday.
The Bakery Atlanta was the site of the fourth annual festival, which also included a tea party social, gallery show honoring transgender lives, film night, queer dance party and more.
Check out pics from this year’s festival below, and head here to revisit the 2017 affair.
Photos by Laura Baccus Photography
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