WIN one of two pairs of tickets to see The Chicago Blues Brothers at Newcastle City Hall

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Closing Date: 15 November 2017

We’ve teamed up with Newcastle City Hall to bring you the amazing chance to be able to win a pair of tickets to attend The Chicago Blues Brothers’ Jingle Blues Christmas Show on Saturday 25th November!

It’s Christmas 2017 and The Chicago Blues Brothers are back with a brand new festive show, Jingle Blues. A powerhouse two-hour song-fest with over 40 hits performed live on stage for the Biggest Christmas Party in town. Celebrate Christmas with this tinsel-tastic party show, featuring a festive feast of Christmas classics performed in the show stopping style that only the Chicago Blues Brothers can deliver.

The Chicago Blues Brothers are on a mission to make your Christmas start on a festive roller-coaster. So remember… it’s a 106 miles to the North pole. We have a show full of hits, half a pack of party poppers, it’s snowing and we’re wearing santa hats……..HIT IT.

For the chance of being able to win one of two pairs of tickets to attend The Chicago Blues Brothers at Newcastle City Hall on Saturday 25th November at 7pm, simply complete the form below and answering the following question.

Q: What is the Chicago Blues Brothers’ Christmas show called?

The winner will be contacted via email on Thursday 16th November.


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