festivalgoer

festivalgoer

(ˈfɛstɪvəlˌɡəʊə)
n
a person attending a festival
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The text messages informed the festivalgoer that he/she has received free Smart load.
Nick's weekend loses control when a sexy festivalgoer dressed as a Smurfette seduces him with drugs, something which can happen to the best of us.
"I expected many Lebanese to be here," a festivalgoer called Ahmad added.
from the mud Eluned Jones from Bangor sheltering Spirits stayed high despite the boggy conditions Vicky Jones revelling in the mud at Wakestock 2012 This festivalgoer's SuperDry T-Shirt turned out to be ironic as the rain bucketed down Gemma Lee, Beth McAdam, Chloe Jones and Emelie Curtis were glad they packed wellies Headline Act Katie B gets the crowd going at the West Stage
A MAN was in police custody last night on suspicion of murdering a fellow festivalgoer in a row over an inflatable doll.
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.
All smiles: Festivalgoer Becky Lacy and (right) Graham Parsnip perform on stage at Morton Stanley Festival.
"Now you can have for the first time, a mobile bedroom or 'Travelpod' to make even the fussiest festivalgoer feel at home.
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."