well-attended

well-attended

adj (well attended when postpositive)
(of an event, meeting, etc) attended by a large or regular audience or group of participants: evening mass is well attended.
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well-attended

[ˌweləˈtendɪd] ADJmuy concurrido
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The event was well-attended by prominent personalities from the fashion, business and entertainment industries including Ayesha Omar and Ainy Jaffri.
Community spirit was in full flow when people came together for the well-attended fundraiser - which took place in the village community hall.
It is typically the well-attended Sunday service of the year for Christian churches on Easter Sunday.
The event was well-attended by members of the Rotary Club along with their families and friends.
In celebration of the new location, Stewart hosted a well-attended Oktoberfest-themed party with the community.
This signature event is the most well-attended on the Girl Scouts of Alaska calendar.
The awards were presented at a well-attended ceremony in Dubai recently.
GUISBOROUGH Town continued their 40th anniversary celebrations with a well-attended reunion of past players at the KGV in the town.
The attractions included 11 fun fair rides, live music, a well-attended beer tent and stall by Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
The event was well-attended and members and guests were entertained by Jeannie McCauley from the Famous Five Society with a fascinating historical presentation about Alberta's Famous Five women.
He was presiding over a well-attended meeting with eminent religious scholars and prayer leaders convened in connection with maintenance of peace and security in Islamabad and Rawalpindi region.
I am writing this after returning from our well-attended and very successful weekend meeting in Sidmouth hosted jointly by the East Devon District Council, Sidmouth Town Council and the Norman Lockyer Observatory Society (NLOS).