Peach Tea sweetens end to GA Boy weekend

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A little rougher for the wear but not done by a longshot, the diehards of gay Atlanta’s six-event Peach Party series stripped off their shirts one last time on Sunday for the Peach Tea Dance at Jungle.

Like they had the night before at Jungle with DJ Paulo (photos), and the day before that in Piedmont Park with Tony Moran (photos), and the night before that with DJ Twisted Dee at Heretic (photos), the dancing queens led by GA Boy Productions hit Jungle again and got down to the sound of DJs Alyson Calagna and Martin Fry.

Just like we like it and for the second year, Peach Party gave the gAy-TL shirtless masses exactly what they wanted and more. GA Boy promoter Keith Young thanked the talent and the partiers after a long, hard, rewarding weekend:

THANK YOU!! Wow, what a weekend. After a much need nap, I was just reflecting on all the events that were filled with friends, great music, and now unforgettable memories.

My sincere thanks to everyone that was able to attend and help support Peach Party Atlanta. Our goal was to give you guys an event to look forward to year after year. This was only possible by recruiting the best talent possible.

Photos by Eric Huminski


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