- n. someone who attends concerts
“Let's assume, for the sake of argument, that the allegations that Justin Bieber sired a baby boy after 30-seconds of backstage bathroom sex with a plucked from the crowd concert-goer are true.”
“Williams handed his cell phone to another concert-goer, who obligingly snapped a picture of the group, the beautiful pipes of the building's magnificent organ in the background.”
““We shouted, we screamed,” concert-goer Carol Pearsall told the newspaper after witnessing the proposal.”
“The desperate concert-goer in the summer months may consider a performance that at other times of the year might not seem worthwhile, and that can be a good thing.”
“FWIW, the Third is one of the most well-loved symphonies in Denmark for the average concert-goer, it's by no means amusical and scary modern art.”
“A concert-goer said of the incident featured at the Tim McGraw site on YouTube. com:”
“The listener's history of music;: A book for any concert-goer, gramophonist or radio listener, providing also a course of study for adult classes in the appreciation of music by Percy Alfred Scholes”
“I am not a concert-goer, usually, and I am not a music fanboy, but, dude.”
“Widespread Panic A concert-goer shows her age. [looking out the fishbowl]”
“One concert-goer tells the Grand Rapids Press, I felt bad for her tonight.”
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