festivalgoer

festivalgoer

(ˈfɛstɪvəlˌɡəʊə)
n
a person attending a festival
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I expected many Lebanese to be here," a festivalgoer called Ahmad added.
A MAN was in police custody last night on suspicion of murdering a fellow festivalgoer in a row over an inflatable doll.
All smiles: Festivalgoer Becky Lacy and (right) Graham Parsnip perform on stage at Morton Stanley Festival.
One festivalgoer said: "They played a great set and seemed on good form.
A festivalgoer said: "Fred asked her what she wanted to see Pete for.
MUDLARK: A festivalgoer jokes about the conditions at the T in the Park event in Balado, Perthshire, where thousands were turned away last night.
Another festivalgoer was detained under the powers of the Mental Health Act.
One festivalgoer said: "He looked like he was on something.
And, looking a little older than the average festivalgoer but enjoying himself all the same, Alexei Sayle was there to interview Cream supremo James Barton for a documentary he's filming on how Liverpool has changed since he left in the 1970s.
2) A festivalgoer snaps a photo of classic cars on display at the event, held in Glendale on Brand Boulevard.
With the addition of the Center Stage, Rakrakan festivalgoers may enjoy an even wider range of genres from their favorite solo artists.
We strongly advise festivalgoers and road users in the area to plan ahead," said David Patmore, assistant emergency planning officer at Highways England.