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  • n. A person attending a festival


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festival +‎ -goer


  • After 10 hours of bearing the heat, walking from stage to stage and paying $8 for warm beer, a festivalgoer is bound to be pretty tuckered out.

    Mark R. Collins: Waking Up "Early" for Austin City Limits Festival

  • I haven't even planned out what I'm going to see tomorrow, because that's how the life of a festivalgoer is - I work day-by-day.

    Toronto 2008 Day 1 - Day 3: The Busy Life of Festivalgoers «

  • So, as the luckiest festivalgoer in Hay, here's a gallery of my heroes.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • The castaway was partying during the five-day Francophone world music street fest when he allegedly "shoved" a fellow festivalgoer to the pavement.

    From Inside the Box

  • Advance planning is key, said teacher Jane White, an enthusiastic festivalgoer and camper from Conshohocken. Sports Eagles

  • The incident was not the only thing to affect the pair, with 27-year-old Kate - who had earlier been seen sitting on Alexander's shoulders in the crowd - getting upset with a female festivalgoer who approached hunky Alexander and "groped" him.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The day's headliners LCD Soundsystem generated some headlines of their own after a festivalgoer threw a bottle in their direction.


  • Carla Portash of Portage, a newcomer to the festival, visited with veteran Log House festivalgoer Bernadette Sheehan of Ferndale, a co-worker at the Cambria County courthouse.

    The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA Homepage

  • There's always one film at SXSW where I walk in completely cold, knowing nothing except that it fit the right timeslot for me, or that another festivalgoer strongly recommended it.


  • Still, with the same number of venues as last year, the four-day schedule remains chock full of more films than any festivalgoer can see.

    Independent Weekly: All Recent Stories


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