WackedOut BlackOut strips down, paints up

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Bedlam is synonymous with mayhem, and gay Atlanta’s Bedlam party crew always takes its name to heart. But when it’s their notorious underwear theme with black lights and neon bodypaint, things get extra crazy.

And so it was for Bedlam’s WackedOut BlackOut event on Saturday at Jungle. Undies were the go-to accessory, and a painting station was the go-to destination. Most guests stopped in to get splattered and glow under the black lights, and even those who didn’t enjoyed the enhanced mood of the theme.

Performances by Michael Robinson, Eryn Woods, Autumn Hamilton and Kryean Kally peppered sets by DJ King Atlas, and another signature Bedlam night of insanity was had by all.

Photos by Russ Youngblood


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