Dancing queens welcome Nina Flowers to Atlanta’s Future

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As the newest gay dance floor and cabaret in town, Future Atlanta draws a crowd with internationally famous DJs and drag queens. On Saturday, those came in the same package with RuGirl DJ Nina Flowers on deck.

The RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 1 Runner Up showed off the dramatic makeup looks that got her to the finals all those years ago. But the show’s first-ever Miss Congeniality stays on the tip of our tongues by spinning beats that dancing queens love.

True to form, the shirtless-or-tank-top crowd flocked to the club in Underground Atlanta for a Flowers fix. Our gallery below has the evidence.

Next up at Future, Morabito plays Xion After-hours on Saturday night/Sunday morning. Jace M and Paul Fragoso do Labor Day Saturday and Afterhours. That’s on top of the weekly Late Night Latinx Tuesdays, Wednesday Karaoke with Dynisty St. James and the Fantasy Girls Cabaret every Friday and Saturday evening.

Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood


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