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Joining Hearts Atlanta – Fall Back in Love 2024
Joining Hearts, Atlanta’s leading HIV Aids Charity presents its fall season event, “Fall Back in Love” at the Heretic.
- Visiting Atlanta? Check out the W Atlanta in Midtown for a perfect escape close to all the gay bars in the city and just 10 mins drive to the Heretic club.
- Typically the first weekend in November. – Shake off those winter blues and head to The Heretic on the first Friday of November for Joining Heart’s annual Fall soiree, “Fall Back in Love”.
- Dance all night long and who knows, you just might fall in love, to the beats of music by guest DJs.
- The party runs from 10 pm and 3 am and rises funds for Joining Hearts
- Since 1987 Joining Hearts has donated more than $2.8 million to beneficiaries in Atlanta.
- Their mission is to raise awareness and funds to support the prevention, care and housing assistance to those impacted by HIV/AIDS in Atlanta.
- Fall Back in Love takes place at Heretic Atlanta’s hottest gay club right in the heart of the gay district on 2069 Cheshire Bridge Road Northeast. Arrive early as this event will sell out fast.
- Stay close to the gay bars in Midtown.Try the “Fabulous” 4 star, Loews Hotel Atlanta featuring a modern design, superb city views and excellent location.
- The club hosts various events, including themed dance nights, drag shows, and guest DJ performances. It’s recognized for its inclusive environment and energetic atmosphere.
- Location-wise, the Heretic Club can be found on the eastern side of Atlanta. Cheshire Bridge Road is known for its variety of entertainment spots, including several clubs and restaurants, making it a vibrant part of Atlanta’s nightlife
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The Atlanta gay population lives, works and plays all over the city and even into the suburbs. Midtown has several of the city’s most popular gay bars like Blake’s, Burkhart’s Pub, Bulldogs and Swinging Richards. The Atlanta LBGT populace is also partially responsible for the resurgence of Grant Park in the 1980s. The historic neighborhood was falling into ruins when members of the community started scooping up properties, renovating and restoring them to their original glory. This fever pitch trickled over into the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Ormewood Park and the Old Fourth Ward. These are all eclectic, funky and tolerant neighborhoods, like most of Atlanta.
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5 Star, Readers Choice
- 5 Star, Luxurious, downtown location, elegant rooms.
- A short taxi ride to the gay bars.
- Elegant rooms with feather beds.
- Stay for luxury in the heart of Atlanta, with upscale amenities & convenient downtown access.
4 Star, Charming B&B
- 4 Star, Historic, gourmet breakfast, cozy atmosphere.
- Close to the gay district.
- Flat-screen TV, iPod station.
- Ideal for a charming, intimate experience with gourmet breakfast & historic ambiance.
4 Star, Great Value
- 4 Star, Boutique hotel, rooftop bar, city views.
- A short walk to the gay bars.
- Spacious rooms, 37-inch TV.
- Offers great value with a stylish rooftop bar & modern rooms in a vibrant neighborhood.
The Glenn Hotel
3 Star, Great Location
- 3 Star, Modern, city skyline views, rooftop lounge.
- A short taxi ride to the gay bars.
- Spacious rooms, iPod docking.
- Perfect for experiencing Atlanta’s skyline from a rooftop lounge, with modern amenities, central location.
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