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WIN! Tea Street Band passes in the BOSS Christmas party quiz of the Week

By Peter Guy on Nov 29, 12 05:30 PM in On it

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The Tea Street Band conclude a boss year with a fitting knees up at the Black-E - Getintothis has a pair of passes and some Adidas glosticks* to give away.

The Tea Street are wrapping up 2012 in style with a Christmas cracker in association with the team behind Boss Mag.

An intense, intimate and exclusive Christmas gig from the GIT Award 2012 nominees takes place on Friday December 21 in the Chamber Theatre of the Black-E.

We're assured they will be accompanied by music from a 'groovy' BOSS Mag playlist and it's expected to be loud, and very merry.

Tickets are £10 and extremely limited but Getintothis has teamed up with BOSS to give away a pair of passes.

To stand a chance of winning, follow Getintothis on Twitter, and answer the following question and add #BOSS

Q) What is the name of The Tea Street Band's latest single?

a) Disco Lights
b) Traffic Lights
c) Northern Lights
d) Marlboro Lights

Tea Street Band GIT Award 2012 nominee profile.

Getintothis reviews Tea Street Band live at the Zanzibar.

* We were fibbing about the glosticks.

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