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afterparty

(ˈɑːftəˌpɑːtɪ)
n
a small party held after a larger event, such as a pop concert or film première, to which only a select group of guests is invited
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It's usually the bellydancer who's the centre of attention at any party, but it was tennis player Novak Djokovic who stole the limelight this weekend at the Dubai Open Tennis Championships afterparty.
The brand e-mailed coupons to AfterParty participants, invited them to create meals and dishes with Sargento Salad and Potato Finishers, and encouraged them to join the brand's Great Create Sweepstakes.
The official afterparty will be held at Garlands from 8pm.
There will be 213 tickets available at $200 each that will include a limited VIP reception before the screening, a primo seat for the movie and entree for an afterparty.
Housexy's stature continues to grow and this year it has secured a residency in the bright lights of Shanghai at Club Attica, where Jake will play for the album launch night of Housexy's latest offering The Afterparty.
The great and the goodwho helped Birmingham Post celebrate its transformation moved from Fort Dunlop to an afterparty at Bed by Belvedere below The House on Bennett's Hill.
It concluded with a Champagne Bubble Blast afterparty.
Eve and other ``Barbershop 2'' cast members - including Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Garcelle Beauvais, Sean Patrick Thomas, Troy Garity, Michael Ealy and Leonard Earl Howze - hit the ``Barbershop 2'' afterparty at Hollywood & Highland.
Kim headed to toy store Hamleys for an afterparty, hand in hand with Nic, 30.
I became resident at an afterparty called Kwality," he recalls.
London, February 28 ( ANI ): Abbey Clancy reportedly threw a massive fit at a NME afterparty when her friend was not allowed back into the venue.