or af·ter·par·ty,or af·ter par·ty
- a usually exclusive party that takes place after a performance or other event or after the main party: The screening of the premiere was followed by an afterparty.
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Contemporary Examples of 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
June 1, 2012
The presentation came off like a pit stop on the way to the afterparty.Paris Fall Fashion Week Ends With Vuitton and Kanye
March 7, 2012
She skipped the afterparty that night and headed straight home.Christine at the 'Frat House'
October 13, 2010
In other news, Christian Slater has already hit the afterparty.Best of the Golden Globes
January 17, 2010
The hot zone that evening was an afterparty for Distortion, a group show at the Gervasuti Foundation on the Fondamenta S. Anna.My Biennale Favorites
June 8, 2009
- a small party held after a larger event, such as a pop concert or film première, to which only a select group of guests is invited