Bears and bear lovers celebrated all weekend long during Atlanta Bear Pride, which reached its peak on Saturday with DJ Tony Moran and the Bearracuda main event at Heretic.
It was the fourth rendition of the annual event, which opened Friday at Woofs and ended with a closing party on Sunday at BJ Roosters. In between were more events at Heretic, Blake's, Manifest and Xion.
But on Saturday, all those furry eyes were focused on Bearracuda and the beats of Moran, who knows how to work an Atlanta crowd.
Photos by Laura Baccus Studio
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