Good Morning America's summer concert series is back, and off to a funky start with the chart-topping rap duo OutKast launching the series in New York's Bryant Park.
The concert series, sponsored by Sears, will showcase the hottest music with a wide array of artists. Beginning May 21, the people of New York City and viewers at home can enjoy free Friday concerts in the park with artists from OutKast to Stevie Wonder to Hilary Duff to Tim McGraw.
All concerts are free and open to the public and will take place live during Good Morning America Fridays from 7 to 9 a.m. ET. in New York's Bryant Park. Here is the concert schedule:
May 21: OutKast May 28: Wilson Phillips June 4: Lonestar June 11: Stevie Wonder (Postponed. New date to be announced.) June 18: Dido June 25: Ruben Studdard July 2: Clay Aiken July 9: Train July 16: Hilary Duff July 23: Lionel Richie July 30: Usher August 6: Jessica Simpson August 13: Black Eyed Peas August 20: Nelly August 27: Tim McGraw Viewers interested in attending a free live performance should arrive at the park no later than 7 a.m. Bryant Park is located in midtown Manhattan, right behind the New York Public Library, between 40th and 42nd Streets, and Fifth and Sixth Avenues. We hope to see you there!
Ben Sherwood is the executive producer of ABCNEWS' Good Morning America. Mark Bracco is the entertainment producer of the 2004 Good Morning America Sears Summer Concert Series.
The two-hour, live program, co-anchored by Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer, airs Monday to Friday from 7 to 9 a.m. ET, on the ABC Television Network.