fête champêtre

noun
fête cham·pê·tre | \ˌfāt-ˌshäⁿ(m)-ˈpetrᵊ, ˌfet-\
plural fêtes champêtres\ˌfāt-ˌshäⁿ(m)-ˈpetrᵊ, ˌfet- \

Definition of fête champêtre 

: an outdoor entertainment

First Known Use of fête champêtre

1774, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for fête champêtre

French, literally, rural festival

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