Definition of festivalgoer
: one who attends a festival
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In this sense, Bråvalla should be commended for their decision to cancel next year's festival, which sends a huge message to festivalgoers around the world that sexual assault will not be tolerated.
Fire Oak Grill, the upscale restaurant on the courthouse square, will serve lunch and dinner Saturday for festivalgoers.
Leaving the lounge after BJ the Chicago Kid, almost an hour before the 1990s R&B quartet XScape was set to perform, would challenge any savvy festivalgoer.
In exchange, festivalgoers paid anywhere from $450 to $250,000 to attend. Instead, the festival collapsed in spectacular, public fashion.
But luckily for festivalgoers, the only thing making them sweat will be the death-defying acts, because the Big Top is air-conditioned.
The application and fingerprinting process takes about 10 minutes, according to IdentoGO, and festivalgoers can — but aren't required to — make an appointment in advance.
The puppeteers with butterflies have fun with the passersby, making the wings flap as well as dip and soar close to festivalgoers, much to their delight and Instagram feeds.
Beyond the talent on multiple stages, festivalgoers are drawn to workshops and to campground pickin’ sessions that can go deep into the night.
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