A longtime LGBTQ Atlanta tradition continued at Heretic as crowds escaped the cold for a Thanksgiving Eve party.
DJ Seth Breezy was on tap to deliver the beats and help folks burn off some calories before the big Thanksgiving Day gorging.
The Nov. 21 event — now over 20 years old — was a benefit for Joining Hearts.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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