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(sĭng′ə-lông′, -lŏng′)
1. A casual gathering for group singing; a songfest.
2. A spontaneous group singing, as by an audience at a performance.


(ˈsɔŋ fɛst, ˈsɒŋ-)

an informal gathering at which people sing folk songs, popular ballads, etc.
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The Sing-Along with Santa specials are not just about the music, it is about the whole experience of The Phil at Christmas.
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Today the movie magic will continue with Toy Story at 11am, a Frozen sing-along at 3pm, then two silent films, before the Disney Pixar film Up
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The show feels like a great big sing-along most nights so I'm looking forward to singing along with the people of Ireland once again.
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EAST BROOKFIELD - The town's summer concert series will be back in action tonight featuring a kids sing-along, instrument parade and acoustic duets by locals Amanda Lambert and Jason Gianfriddo.
Children's sing-along planned Saturday at Springfield library