The “Good Morning America” Summer Concert Series takes place at New York City’s Central Park. It is a free concert series and has become a staple of the ABC broadcast. All concerts are free to the public and will take place live during Good Morning America, from 7 AM to 9 AM ET.
Lady Antebellum, Keith Urban, and Kane Brown strongly represent the country genre.
Currently, we know that Lady Antebellum is working on new music. Hillary Scott commented that she feels refreshed and is ready to create a new album. Urban is also working on some new material despite his Graffiti U being just a year old.
Brown had also recently shared that he was also working on a new song with Marshmello, which they will most likely perform when they take the stage.
“We wrote a tune that’s basically the opposite of [‘Happier’]. It just tells you everything that I’ve done wrong growing up and it’s saying that the one thing I did get right was you, talking about my wife.”
The Good Morning America Summer Concert lineup also features an eclectic mix of artists from many genres of music, including Hozier, Bastille, Chance the Rapper, French Montana, Ciara, and more.
The A-list concert series will be started by K-pop superstars BTS on the 15th of May. They will perform at the Rumsey Playfield stage in New York’s Central Park, which will host the free shows every Friday.
You can check out GMA’s website for more information.
“Good Morning America” Summer Concert Series Line Up
May 15 – BTS
May 24 – Hozier
May 31 – Ciara
June 7 – Alessia Cara
June 14 – Ellie Goulding
June 21 – Bastille
June 28 – Adam Lambert
July 5 – Sabrina Carpenter
July 12 – The Struts
July 19 – Blink 182
July 26 – Lady Antebellum
Aug. 2 – Pitbull
Aug. 9 – Keith Urban
Aug. 16 – Chance the Rapper
Aug. 23 – French Montana
Aug. 30 – Kane Brown & Marshmello
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