concertgoer

noun
con·​cert·​go·​er | \ ˈkän(t)-sərt-ˌgō(-ə)r How to pronounce concertgoer (audio) , ˈkän-ˌsərt-\

Definition of concertgoer

: one who often attends concerts

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Other Words from concertgoer

concertgoing \ ˈkän(t)-​sərt-​ˌgō-​iŋ How to pronounce concertgoing (audio) , -​ˌgȯ(-​)iŋ , ˈkän-​ˌsərt-​ \ noun or adjective

Examples of concertgoer in a Sentence

a large crowd of concertgoers

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In a video posted by a concertgoer, the stage duet begins with Cooper serenading Gaga with only a light guitar accompanying him. Christian Allaire, Vogue, "Lady Gaga Brought Bradley Cooper On Stage For A Duet in Las Vegas Last Night," 27 Jan. 2019 Tickets for the performance, which would have seated just 3,200 concertgoers, were reportedly selling for more than $1,000 each. Tess Kornfeld, Glamour, "Ariana Grande Has Canceled Her New Year's Weekend Show Due to 'Health Issues'," 29 Dec. 2018 Presumably flying off his wrist at some point during his show in Amsterdam yesterday, a concertgoer ended up finding the silver wristlet and returning it to the rapper. Rachel Hahn, Vogue, "Pusha T Can’t Stop Losing His Cartier Bracelets," 14 Dec. 2018 The case that most closely addresses the same issues is from nearly 20 years ago, when the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a lawsuit brought by concertgoers against Ticketmaster. Louise Matsakis, WIRED, "The Supreme Court Will Decide If Apple's App Store Is a Monopoly," 18 June 2018 One 28-minute clip shows an officer helping terrified concertgoers duck beneath the stage of the country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip to escape helicopter-sounding gunfire. Washington Post, "Videos show Vegas police helping people duck, escape gunfire," 13 June 2018 The Swedish metal band — performing at the 2,500-capacity Riverside Theater — had just announced an intermission around 9:15 p.m. when a man in the pit fell to the ground, concertgoer Alexander Stafford told the Journal Sentinel. Piet Levy, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Ghost's Riverside Theater concert in Milwaukee canceled in progress after fan collapses," 1 June 2018 Throughout the day, Winston House hosted a VIP hangout where concertgoers headed to pick up free merch and reload on snacks and beer. Nicole Pajer, Billboard, "Winston House & 2332 Collective Make Sure West LA Music Scene Doesn't Fade Away," 2 July 2018 Part of that is due to the occasional outbreak of excess and rowdiness by concertgoers, but the shows are noteworthy for being another summer ritual for fans. John Adamian, courant.com, "Music Festivals And Concerts Not To Miss This Week," 18 June 2018

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First Known Use of concertgoer

1828, in the meaning defined above

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concertgoer

noun

English Language Learners Definition of concertgoer

: a person who often goes to concerts or who is at a particular concert

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