If there's one thing we've learned in our many years exploring the sights and sounds of SXSW, it's that the finest gems are often found on the festival's badgeless peripheries. The spirited sprawl engendered by the mass gathering extends even beyond the official festival dates. A prime example is the long-running Gay Bi Gay Gay party, a scrappy drag-heavy bacchanal in ungentrified East Austin, which we were fortunate enough to attend this past Sunday, the day when most SXSW-goers were headed back to wherever it is they came from. Held on a hand-painted stage (featuring no logos whatsoever!) in the yard of a derelict Southern Baptist church and, later at night, inside a neighboring dive bar called the Sahara, the festival was headlined by Christeene, an outrageous Austin-based drag performance artist, as well as Brooklyn's Mykki Blanco (who brought out Le1f) and Cakes Da Killer, all of whom later convened on the Sahara dance floor among the scantily-clad crowd until the wee hours. Photos of the BEST PARTY EVER, below.