Pride Weekend playlist gets you in the mood

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imagePride is upon us, so get your tunes in order to set the mood for this most festive of weekends. Some of today’s hottest dance tracks make our list alongside remixes of artists performing at Pride.

Download and get to know the ones here who appear during on the Atlanta Pride stage before you hit the park. Among them are Atlanta native Erika Jayne, former Madonna backup singer—she’s all over “Truth or Dare”—Niki Haris of Augusta, Brooklyn-based art/performance collective MEN, and “American Idol” alumna Kimberley Locke.

“Strobelight” (Tony Moran and Warren Rigg Club Mix)
Kimberley Locke

“Fall” (Bimbo Jones Extended Mix)
Kimberley Locke

“Band of Gold” (Piper Extended Club Mix)
Kimberley Locke

“Change” (Scotty K. Vocal Klub Mix)
Kimberley Locke

image“Bad, Bad Boy” (Solar City Club Anthem)
The Perry Twins featuring Niki Haris

“This Time Baby” (Mike Harrington Classic Mix)
Eddie X featuring Niki Haris

“Fall In Love” (AVenue Mix)
Estelle

“Any Which Way”
Scissor Sisters

“Get Outta My Way” (Steve Anderson Pacha Mix)
Kylie Minogue

image“Stars” (Mike Rizzo Club Mix)
Erika Jayne

“Pretty Mess” (Dave Aude Club Mix)
Erika Jayne

“Give You Everything” (Bimbo Jones Remix)
Erika Jayne

“Give a Little More” (Roger Sanchez Club Mix)
Maroon 5

“DJ Got Us Falling In Love Again”(Jump Smokers Club Mix)
Usher featuring Pitbull

image“Credit Card Babie$” (Stereogamous Remix)
MEN

“Simultaneously” (Tete-A-Tete Remix)
MEN

“Let Me Hear the Music” (L.E.X. Original Mix)
L.E.X. featuring Niki Haris

Catch these choice performers on the Coca-Cola Stage in the Piedmont Park Meadow during Atlanta Pride this weekend:

MEN, Saturday, 7:10 p.m.
Kimberley Locke, Saturday, 8:15 p.m.
Erika Jayne, Sunday, 4 p.m.
Niki Haris, Sunday, 4:40 p.m.

Check out Pride’s complete entertainment lineup.

Happy Pride!

imageProfessional university administrator by day, roving entertainment reporter by night and co-chair of the Entertainment Committee for Atlanta Pride, Buck Cooke is armed with a passion for pop culture and rabid appetite for music, scouring the entertainment landscape for treasures in music, TV and cinema.

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