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A party held after an event, especially a concert or another party.
social gathering, gathering, social occasion, social event, social function, function, get-together, celebration, reunion, festivity, jamboree, reception, at-home, soirée, socialView synonyms
- ‘After an evening of exhibitions, he will host a food-filled after-party.’
- ‘Of course, that's what all the after-parties and such are for: people getting together and sharing notes about the different panels they went to.’
- ‘Afterwards, at the after-party at a swanky uptown bar, the stars gathered to drink and revel in their love of the violent sport.’
- ‘Finally, the marquee after-party will provide an opportunity to bring a touch of personal glamour to the evening, while enjoying complimentary beer and wines to summer sounds mixed by guest DJs.’
- ‘If you want to have a party, have an after-party - a fashion show is about business.’
- ‘And as if that weren't enough, I had the pleasure of hanging out with Molly and Peter at the after-party.’
- ‘If you're just getting started, drop in at the bar, take a dip at the late-night pool party, or dance until you drop at the final after-party.’
- ‘There are panel discussions, film screenings, trade shows, softball tournaments, barbecues, after-parties, and other events without a name happening at all hours.’
- ‘The after-party was a lot of fun, and I heard their show that night was amazing.’
- ‘Guests then walked the short distance to the club, where Louis hosted the after-party.’
- ‘The after-party will take place at the hot new nightclub.’
- ‘I haven't seen you since the after-party for the premiere.’
- ‘Each Monday, there will be guest DJs spinning eclectic sets, listening parties, release parties, after-parties, album giveaways, drink specials and just a good time all around.’
- ‘We're doing two shows, and there's an after-party at the club!’
- ‘The sad part is that the after-party was very awfully organized.’
- ‘There was supposed to be a Family after-party there, but if it was happening it was very very quiet - the place looked dead.’
- ‘It looks like the club could become the venue for the city's more outrageous after-parties.’
- ‘The after-party was an enormously proud event for me that night.’
- ‘Our favourite band was playing, and would be hosting a huge after-party on the beach.’
- ‘He says the day's events will end on a high note, with an after-party to be held in the campus marquee.’
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