Crowd lights up Six Flags Rainbow Days [photos]

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Rides, amusements, sunshine and Atlanta’s gays converged on Saturday to make Rainbow Days at Six Flags a huge success, topped off with a community picnic and entertainment by ’80s singer Tiffany and DJ Cazwell.

The event drew an unofficial estimate of more than 2,000 people. A portion of the proceeds benefited three LGBT non-profit groups: the Health Initiative, MEGA Family Project and Pets Are Loving Support.

As the daytime events wound down, a trio of after parties kicked off.

Photos by Sher Pruitt


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