postconcert

postconcert

(ˌpəʊstˈkɒnsət)
adj
occurring after a concert
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From ticketing to the fan projects to concert day to postconcert days, #EXplOrationinManila was trending on Twitter and Facebook.
Ivan Gil Balmadrid, who provided the postconcert dinner.
He was well deserving of his postconcert cup of tea.
The Taiwanese Women of Eugene host a postconcert reception.
Tel: 029 2023 2199 Vale of Glamorgan Festival BBC Hoddinott Hall, Cardiff, 7pm Tickets: PS23.50 Tarik O'Regan's adaptation of Conrad's Heart of Darkness with a postconcert conversation following the performance.
Cazden gives guidance on surviving situations that can tax the voice, such as conventions, trade shows, postconcert "meet and greets," and travel.
Though we'll enjoy many creature comforts over the next two weeks--air travel and carefree days in fun cities and lavish postconcert receptions--there's much about this journey that bears the hallmarks of pilgrimage.
Pre- and postconcert audiograms were compared, and the data were analyzed using a multinomial probability model to determine audiogram frequency test-retest variability.
The band's dark sense of humor, always apparent to the discerning, was more explicit, not just as usual in the lyrics: The evening started with a pompous taped welcome message in heavily accented English, greeting everyone present and wishing for their enjoyment of the forthcoming "musical program." (Following which, of course, the sonic onslaught.) At a postconcert party held in their favorite alpine hut atop the nearby mountain of Kum, Laibach founder Dejan Knez observed that in the end, all their famously controversial provocations will fade away, and it'll be Laibach's recordings that are remembered.
Since you're here, reserve a postconcert table at Casablanca (101 Main St., Santa Cruz; 426-9063), one of the area's best.