Reggae-pop star Sean Paul will be in the Mile High City this Friday, turning Casselman's Bar & Venue into the Jamaican dancehall at a FREE show. Famous for songs like, "Gimme the Light," "We Be Burning," and a slew of other dance floor hitters, Sean Paul is a rhythmic strong hold and definitely worth making it out to see.
The show is free, but there are some specifics you need to know. Namely, you must be prepared to party and get your drink on. The show is free, but there is a catch: A one drink minimum is required for entry. Wanna go? All you need to do is register online for free tickets. Your name will be on a 'will call' list at the door the day of the show. Obviously this party is 21+up, and the tunes are sure to be on point.
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