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The GA Voice staff will join Traxx Girls and Traxx Atlanta tonight for "First Degree Burn," an official welcome to Atlanta party for Black Pride weekend.
The party is at XS Ultra Lounge, located at 708 Spring St., officially starts at 10 p.m. and will go long into the night and early morning hours and hundreds of people get the weekend to one of the largest Black Pride weekends off to a start.
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Labor Day weekend is upon us and in Atlanta that means it's time for Black Gay Pride, a time for community and fellowship as well as parties, parties and more parties.
There won't be a Nicki Minaj versus Lil Kim drama storm, a Brandy sing-a-long or Kelly Rowland waving to the masses at this year's Black Gay Pride. Expect old-fashioned block parties, plenty of great music from up-and-coming artists, and still a few notable names including Elle Varner, Fantasia and Melanie Fiona.
Tough economic times are taking a toll on Black Gay Pride promoters known for bringing in the big names and many decided this was the year to cut back and work to produce quality parties with great talent at affordable pricing.
For the first time ever, Traxx Atlanta, Rockstars Production and the Lions Den are combining their VIP and Club Hopper passes so participants can purchase one pass from any promoter and have access to all parties the promoters are producing.