or af·ter·par·ty or af·ter par·ty
noun, plural af·ter-par·ties.
- after mast,
- after one's own heart,
- after the fact,
Origin of after-party
Examples from the Web for afterparty
After the Israel Day Parade this Sunday, there's an afterparty in the Park—but only for hard-core anti-Oslo right-wingers.We're Live-Tweeting the Anti-Peace Bloc at the Israel Day Parade|Peter Beinart|June 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The presentation came off like a pit stop on the way to the afterparty.Paris Fall Fashion Week Ends With Vuitton and Kanye|Robin Givhan|March 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She skipped the afterparty that night and headed straight home.
In other news, Christian Slater has already hit the afterparty.