Jason Derulo to Headline “Hamptons Live” Benefit Concert

by Amanda N. Ross Photographed by Jason Derulo
Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Hip-hop pop sensation Jason Derulo is teaming up with Vh1 for the 2015 Hamptons-themed incarnation of the network’s now-iconic “Save The Music” concert series.

Now in its second year, Hamptons Live will feature the multiplatinum musician on the heels of his fourth studio album’s release. Hamptons Live will be held at a private residence in Sagaponack on Aug. 8, with tickets now available here.

 Focusing on the importance of keeping music and music education programs in schools, the Save The Music Foundation regularly brings together both supports and superstars to advocate for the cause.

As the Save The Music Foundation enters its 20th year, its renowned and influence has made a significant impact on the arts education landscape. Last year, Hamptons Live raised $350,000 which went directly to donating a number of locally-made Taylor guitars to Bridgehampton School.

“Music education played an important role throughout my childhood and is something that remains very close to my heart,” said Derulo. “I’m honored for the opportunity to team with VH1 Save The Music Foundation this summer in support of a cause that’s so dear to me.”

Joining Derulo at the benefit are popular DJs Brendan Fallis and Hannah Bronfman.

Best known for his internationally popular singles include Talk Dirty and Whatcha Say, Derulo first got his start penning for the artists who would one day become his peers including Lil Wayne, Diddy, and Pitbull.


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