The Byrds closed the festivities down at dawn on her deck.
festivities kicked into full swing Thursday night at a party for A Single Man, the debut film from designer Tom Ford.
Unfortunately, despite the extravagance of the parades, Putin was not there to witness the festivities.
The highlight of the festivities was the return of a small part of the Royal Artillery to the barracks.
Spread out among nine tents, more than 20,000 pounds of lobster are served throughout the five-day festivities.
Standards are carried, festivities are held, cakes are eaten.
The festivities were protracted until a late hour in the morning.
If the happy couple and their friends are comparatively wealthy, the festivities last several days.
There was a pause in the festivities for an hour or two after dinner.
The queen again presented the cup to the king and to Beowulf; the festivities were prolonged into the night.
late 14c., from Old French festivité, from Latin festivitatem (nominative festivitas) "good fellowship, generosity," from festivus "festive," from festum "festival or holiday," neuter of festus "of a feast" (see feast). Related: Festivities.