funfest

funfest

(ˈfʌnˌfɛst)
n
1. dialect US a festival or gathering for the purposes of enjoyment
2. an enjoyable experience

fun•fest

(ˈfʌnˌfɛst)

n.
a party or other gathering for fun. Chiefly Brit.
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In volunteering their time, PandG people endeavored to spread cheer and happiness by creating a memorable day for the children through the highly anticipated 'Funfest' event.
In volunteering their time, P and G people endeavored to spread cheer and happiness by creating a memorable day for the children through the highly anticipated 'Funfest' event.
In volunteering their time, P and G people endeavoured to spread cheer and happiness by creating a memorable day for the children through the highly anticipated 'Funfest' event.
It's a great way to get into the holiday mood with a brainless, all-out action funfest although it's a tad violent so not one for the younger viewers.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a decade old now; it is a funfest where cricketing countries diminish all the walls and form universal teams.
While the plot is very familiar, this version is cleverly written and directed by Royal Court acting stalwart Stephen Fletcher, and is such a multi-layered funfest, it is impossible not to get swept up in the atmosphere that builds and builds amongst the audience.
A visit to the annual funfest on Newcastle's Town Moor has been a must for generations of North East folk.
It was a positively balmy -7oC (temperatures can fall to -50oC) as Santa's cheeky elves and their reindeer greeted us at the start of our four-day Santa funfest.
Exciting activities such as a banana-eating contest, balloon race and obstacle course as well as snacks and a Superkid Funfest loot bag await all kids.
Alive in Shape and Color is a funfest of surprises.
There is Leonard Bernstein's first opera, Trouble in Tahiti, a short but substantial work followed by a funfest in the form of Gilbert and Sullivan's Trial by Jury.
Mostly when I'm co-hosting with Kelly Ripa on her morning funfest. The audience there-and watching at home-largely consists of Middle American moms.