Examples of headliner in a Sentence
He was the headliner at a local night club.
a headliner on variety shows in the early days of TV
Recent Examples of headliner from the Web
In Las Vegas, a message honoring the comedian is being featured on a marquee at Caesars Palace, where Lewis was once a headliner and had also hosted telethons.
There is a more sound-absorptive headliner and more insulation behind door panels, roof-support pillars and inside the rear hatch.
The Hambletonian lost another potential headliner when the team behind the talented filly Ariana G opted to pass on that race.
Beyond the headliners, acts across all stages and genres thrilled the youthful audience.
Frazier may have been the headliner of this deal, but there’s a good chance the two relievers coming to the Bronx have a bigger impact on the team’s success this season.
Other Taste headliners were Kashmir, a Led Zeppelin tribute band, on Thursday night, and 7th Heaven on Friday night.
BBQ from local masters, including award-winning historic BBQ, over 60 craft beers (tastings and full servings), live music from local and regional acts and national headliner Crush: Bon Jovi tribute band.
The headliner is synth-pop pioneer Howard Jones, who now performs minus the big hair and minus Jed Hoile, the colorful mime who was his on-stage foil until 1987.
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First Known Use of headliner
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Definition of headliner for English Language Learners
: the main performer in a show or concert
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