- adj. Occurring after a show.
- after- + show (Wiktionary)
“Great Songs sessions did not finish until around 2.30am, after which he repaired to the Savoy for what we now call an "aftershow".”
“In London Mercedes-Benz is building an enviable reputation as the fashion extravaganza's final act: the hottest ticket at London Fashion Week in September 2011 was the star-studded aftershow party hosted by Giles Deacon and Mercedes-Benz to showcase the Concept A-CLASS.”
“Best thing about the end of The Apprentice, apart from the fifth word in that previous phrase, was the aftershow thing, in which the contestants were permitted to show us that they weren't quite such frotnabulous hobgoblin cliche-crammed tits as the show had had us believe.”
“And the aftershow had a living legend in front of his 19 year old step son drinking vodka and pineapple juice.”
“Um you failed to mention the girl she meets at the job is the Kristin chick from the Hills aftershow!”
“My usual aftershow posture was a position I call Transcension: prone on bed with bottle (s) of beer and good sounds on the box, friends in the room, TV on, sound off.”
“Red River Street has a bunch of great bars like Mohawk, Club De Ville, Beauty Bar and Side Bar and with Emo's and Stubbs on the same strip, they will be ACL aftershow central.”
“I even got to go backstage after the gig, chat with the guys for a bit over a beer, before heading down with me mates to the aftershow party at the Holiday Inn, where Mags introduced us to Alan Bissett and Rodge Glass, two of the other contributors on the album, and Rodge's mate, Ross.”
“I bet Dreamz comes up with all these rationales for why he welched on his end of the deal during the balance of the show and on the live aftershow -- He's one of these ones that makes a BFD out of honor, his word, etc.”
“Their most notorious performance was at the February 1992 BRIT Awards, where they fired machine gun blanks into the audience and dumped a dead sheep at the aftershow party.”
Looking for tweets for aftershow.