Like seeing live music? And saving money? Then we've got a show for you. Tomorrow you can catch a free Jason Derulo show at Public Works as part of the yearly music and community festival, SmuleFest. If you're a techie, Smule might sound familiar as it is a mobile app company, known for apps like Sing! Karaoke, Magic Piano, Guitar!, and AutoRap. 2015's SmuleFest featured T-Pain, Tony Lucca, and Todd Carey.
[jump] To catch Derulo's free performance on Thursday night, sign up on the event's website. Tickets are being divvied out on a first come, first served basis, so act quick. (And get there early too because having a ticket doesn't necessarily guarantee admission, either.)
Jason Derulo plays at 7 p.m., Thursday, March 24, at Public Works.