Should "tomorrow evening" go at the beginning or end of the sentence?

  1. Are you free tomorrow evening?

  2. Tomorrow evening are you free?

Which of these sentences is correct?

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    Grammatically and semantically they're both fine. Orthographically they leave something to be desired. – StoneyB on hiatus Jul 23 '15 at 3:26

Both are grammatically correct. But the first one sounds more natural.

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