With the patchwork nature of Atlanta, a city built out of neighborhoods and the "indiscriminate" lines presented before its denizens, the idea of a free, queer show at a high-ranking university still rises to the occasion as coming completely out of nowhere.
Including free parking and open entry, this yellow brick queer road show on April 10th, which promoted a substance-free atmosphere, did not disappoint. The performances of queer artists Mykki Blanco and Le1f held the energy of the crowd, queer to hetero, one with opens arms to experience a good time.
With no built-up social boundaries given consideration, the show came as a great surprise; exciting, freeing, and bonding.
Photos by Austin Frantz.
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