Definitions

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  • n. An event held for fans.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A gathering of ‘fans,’ that is, 'base-ball enthusiasts. [Slang.]

Etymologies

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fan +‎ fest

Examples

  • So he'll miss all but the final day of the Rockies three-week winter development program Friday and then be here this weekend to participate in the club's first fanfest, which is being held for some season ticket holders.

    RockyMountainNews.com

  • "... the club's first fanfest, which is being held for some season ticket holders."

    RockyMountainNews.com

  • The organizers turned a small parking lot adjacent to the ballpark into a Spectators 'Plaza, a mini-fanfest with souvenir booths, food and a live band.

    Frozen Confines game features atmosphere of a rock concert

  • The annual Richard Gere fanfest...note the gerbils in their hands....

    YesButNoButYes: Where do you think they're going?

  • Even Dembski has, on his Uncommon Descent fanfest, been reduced to pointing to his pre-ruling handwaving and glumly saying that he has nothing to add.

    Am I psychic or what? - The Panda's Thumb

  • There, a longball fanfest contest against the Padres awaited.

    USATODAY.com - Suzuki muscles up

  • "Burkett and Red came along and we had a fanfest."

    Baseball Joe Around the World Pitching on a Grand Tour

  • When Augenthaler mentioned that it may not be possible to have another Super Bowl fanfest without a zip line - the phenomenally popular thrill ride erected high above two city blocks here - the conversation turned to whether Manhattan streets could be closed off so a zip line could be installed near Times Square.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Other than a few condensed pockets - the fanfest in central Scottsdale being one - even the

    The Seattle Times

  • The Seattle Mariners and third baseman Chone Figgins tried to quiet trade rumors during the team's annual fanfest celebration Saturday.

    The Seattle Times

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