Ten Atlanta turned Sunday Funday into a Cinco de Mayo celebration, hosting a patio party blowout with two DJs that would make any holiday fiesta jealous.
The gay Atlanta bar has made a tradition out of celebrating the Mexican day of pride a day (or two) earlier. Nevermind that. It's always a blowout. DJ Rob Reum worked the tunes inside, while DJ Robert Ansley provided the beats outside for a packed patio.
Mix the cocktails with gay boys in tanks and sunglasses, and a gorgeous afternoon of warm temperatures and sunshine, and it's a Sunday fun enough to make Gen. Ignacio Zaragoza Seguín proud. (Google it, girl.)
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