Here’s how you can win tickets to the 2018 KCL Summer Ball
Say goodbye to 2017-2018 with a bang
Missed out on tickets to the KCL 2018 Summer Ball? Look no further.
The Tab King’s are offering you the chance to win tickets for you and your date. We’ve got two sets to give away, and all you’ve got to do is follow these instructions to enter our competition, courtesy of Original Sin Events.
LIKE The Tab King’s on Facebook – it’s required honey, give us the love and you’ll get to stay in the loop with our snazzy articles and, more importantly, the memes – it’s a win-win.
Tag THREE friends on the official post so that they can spread the love too – and hey, if you’re tagging your date, it’s doubling your chances!? (Unless they snake you and go with someone else, sorry hun)
It’s literally THAT EASY – go do it. Now. This competition is now OPEN and will close WEDNESDAY 30TH MAY 5pm. Not one to be missed.
It’s going to be incredible, with a neon ball pit, inflatable gladiator arena, mini golf, sumo suits, photo booth, and of course cheap drinks to last you through the night – and that’s just us getting started!
And if all of that wasn’t stirring enough, here’s some extra details about the event. Cloakroom, hot food available, photographers and videographers on the night, DJ’s including KISS FM’s Dixon Brothers & Chase Keller, photo booth overlooking the Thames, a special four person sweeper arm challenge
Specific info for Graduation Dinner ticket holder, three course dinner provided, Prosecco on arrival, graduate pin badge, speeches, unlimited wine, ale & soft drinks during the two hour dinner.
So seriously get involved to celebrate with all your KCL besties for the last time this academic year.
The competition deadline has been extended to Wednesday 31st May 5pm.
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