My Sister’s Room debuted a new party on Saturday and it was lit — literally.
The monthly Glow Rave is billed as Atlanta’s only monthly LGBTQ rave. The Nova Network presented the event alongside MSR.
The night featured sexy body-painted performers, mind-altering sound and lighting and EDM from some of the city’s best.
DJ Wulf kicked things off then handed the reins to Kassy Nova, while Zoe Gray came on to close out the night.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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