attendance: presence, appearance; turnout, audience noun
Your attendance is required. It is essential, necessary that you come.
to take attendance (US) to check that everyone is there (usually in schools) (US)

UK: There was a low attendance at the concert due to bad weather.
US: Your attendance at this meeting is obligatory.
  • "As an incentive for attendance, anyone who isn't present at the seminar will be docked on their next paycheck."
  • "There are several of you in attendance tonight who have helped our city in this endeavor, and tonight I want to pay my respects to you all."
  • "Attendance is mandatory!"
  • "I repeat, attendance is mandatory!"

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