Green Day, Carrie Underwood & More to Perform on ‘GMA’s 2024 Summer Concert Series: See the Lineup

Wake us up when June ends, because Good Morning America‘s annual Summer Concert Series is returning in July, and the ABC morning show is sharing the lineup exclusively with Billboard first. This year’s genre-spanning lineup includes rockers Green Day celebrating the 30th anniversary of Dookie and the 20th anniversary of “American Idiot,” country star Carrie Underwood, reggaeton singer Nicky Jam and more.


The annual concert series, which is sponsored by Wayfair, kicks off its run of eight shows on July 19 with Kane Brown in New York City’s Central Park, and includes rapper G-Eazy on Aug. 16 at the show’s Times Square studio, and closes Sept. 6 with country band Old Dominion, also at GMA‘s studio. Here’s the full list of GMA‘s Summer Concert Series shows:

  • July 19: Kane Brown, Central Park
  • July 26: Green Day, Central Park
  • Aug. 2: Carrie Underwood, Central Park
  • Aug. 9: Nicky Jam, Central Park
  • Aug. 16: G-Eazy, Times Square studio
  • Aug. 23: Sofi Tukker, Times Square studio
  • Aug. 30: Megan Moroney, Times Square studio
  • Sept. 6: Old Dominion, Times Square studio

The performances set for Central Park will take place at Rumsey Playfield. For those interested in the shows in the park — which will be free and open to the public — information on how to attend is available on Good Morning America‘s website. The concerts held at the Times Square studio will not have a live audience.

All of the performances will air between 7 and 9 a.m. ET during the morning show’s broadcast, though some will air at 1 p.m. ET on GMA3: What You Need to Know, as well as 4 p.m. ET and 6 p.m. ET during ABC News Live. (Don’t have ABC? The network streams on Hulu, which you can sign up for here.)

Last year’s concert series kicked off with BTS superstar Jung Kook in Central Park. Carly Rae Jepson; Fat Joe with Busta Rhymes, Remy Ma and Bia; Tim McGraw and more also performed for the morning show.

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