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See afterparty
Contemporary Examples

He threw the after-party at his then-home with his wife, the national security commentator Elise Jordan.
Remembering Michael Hastings Ali Gharib June 19, 2013

On the opposite end of the spectrum, hotels pitch in-room cocktails as pre-party (or after-party) fuel.
Hotels Lure High-End Clients With In-Room Cocktail Service Elyse Moody July 14, 2012

An after-party was held at the Diamond Horseshoe nightclub at the Paramount Hotel on West 46th Street.
Camilla’s Brother Dies in Freak New York Accident Tom Sykes April 22, 2014

It was September 1996 at an MTV Video Music Awards after-party in New York.
What Kanye West Could Learn From Tupac Shakur Allison Samuels June 25, 2013

View our gallery of the Calvin Klein after-party, including Kate Bosworth, Penelope Cruz, and Jared Leto.
The Stars Come Out for Calvin Klein The Daily Beast January 28, 2010

But be sure to have an after-party in mind as the cruise wraps up at 11pm.
It’s Time to Get Down Deborah Schoeneman, Jocelyn Guest November 3, 2008

The Royalist can’t help but wonder where the after-party is going to be.
Prince Harry Coming to America in May Tom Sykes April 22, 2012


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