clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Festive Gatherings

New, 43 comments

By Sunday, The Krog Masquerade's revelers had fled, and fumes filled the Krog Street Tunnel, as paint-weilding people worked to decorate the walls again, and at least a few of them appeared to know what they were doing. The controversial soiree's organizers called the event "epic," in that it created "a dynamic and diverse conversation about art in the community" and took the tunnel "into another dimension." Decaturish had a different take, noting that 800 of the allotted 2,000 tickets sold, very few attendees seemed to be from the area, and the grey walls "were unnervingly bare."