Atlanta’s longest running queer variety show was back on Saturday as part of the 5th Annual Southern Fried Queer Pride weekend.
The Sweet Tea variety show brought together eight performers to show their best at the Bakery.
Taylor Alxndr, who co-founded SFQP, hosted the affair while performers included Aryeè, Edie Bellini, Gabbie Watts, Kei Slaughter, Λ°C, Matt House, Perka Stex and Suni MF.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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