Photos: The One and Only Queen of Bounce

by | Aug 22, 2018 | PHOTOGRAPHY

The always incredible Big Freedia returned to Richmond for a show at The Broadberry last Thursday night, with her latest EP release, “3rd Ward Bounce,” in tow. The five-track EP dropped back in June, a follow-up that was highly anticipated by fans who had been waiting for new bangers to bounce to since Big Freedia’s 2014 LP, “Just Be Free.” The venue was packed and the night was full of beautiful people and plenty of ass shaking as the New Orleans Bounce queen turned the bass up.

The talented and lovely Sophia Latkis and Jafar Flowers of Ice Cream Support Group helped open the night as folks danced until late in the evening.

Check out some of the best photos from the show below:

 

 

 

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