Midtown Moon closes out first year with New Year’s bash

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Midtown Moon hosted its first New Year’s Eve party since it opened last summer.

The no-cover event featured host Niesha Dupree and a free champagne toast at midnight.

Want more New Year’s Eve scenes in LGBTQ ATL? Take a look at our photos from Blake’s, Ten and Heretic.

Photos by Russ Youngblood

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