Wear Your Old Band T-Shirt To Work Day IV

Wear Your T-Shirt to Work Day

We are proud to announce that Wear Your Old Band T-Shirt To Work Day is back and bigger than ever. On Friday 2 December 2011 we urge every genuine music fan around the UK to join in the fight to reclaim our old band t-shirts from the fashionistas.

Get Involved!

During the big day, we're asking listeners to send in photos of themselves wearing their favourite band t-shirt, and to give us a little background on that special garment. Why are you so proud of it? What's the story behind its purchase? Why will you be wearing it for T-Shirt Day over others in your collection?

We'll showcase your photos right here on our site, and the very best of the bunch will receive one of our exclusive T-shirt day shirts (designed by Steve Lamacq and inked by Kev Hopgood).

So, all you need to do now is send in your t-shirt photos and stories to us via email, or text a picture message to us at 64046.

Wear Your T-Shirt to Work Day

Spread The Word!

Terms and Conditions:

1. If you submit an image to us by email or MMS, you do so in accordance with the BBC's Terms and Conditions.

2. In contributing to Wear Your Old Band T-Shirt To Work Day you agree to grant us a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to publish and otherwise use the material in any way that we want, and in any media. It's important to note, however, that you still own the copyright to everything you contribute. This means you are perfectly free to take what you have produced and re-publish it somewhere else. If your image is selected for publication, we will publish it alongside your name and comments.

3. The cost of sending an MMS is considerably higher than an SMS, and the exact cost will depend on your network and personal price plan. Please consult your mobile phone operator for further details.

4. The BBC cannot guarantee that all pictures will be published and we reserve the right to edit any comments that appear alongside the photo. The BBC's decision is final and no further correspondence will be entered into.

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