New York is a city of possibilities, a place where it feels like any dream can come to life. Nowhere is that more true than Central Park, where music-lovers can enjoy free performances from the world’s top artists each summer at Good Morning America Concerts at Rumsey Playfield, home of SummerStage.
How does it work? During the concert series, early birds can take in shows from 7:00 am to 9:00 am. These concerts draw big stars from around the world who can easily fill arenas—so being able to see them for free is an incredible opportunity!
Below, you can see Good Morning America Concert Series schedule for 2019 year. Scroll to the bottom of the list to find out how you can attend!
Good Morning America 2019 Summer Concert Series lineup:
- May 15 – BTS
- May 24 – Hozier
- May 31 – Ciara
- 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
- August 2 – Pitbull
- August 9 – Keith Urban
- August 16 – Chance the Rapper
- August 23 – French Montana
- August 30 – Kane Brown & Marshmello
How Does It Work?
It couldn’t be simpler. Tickets are free, and they are first-come, first-serve. So you simply make your way to Rumsey Playfield in time to see the show which starts at 7:00 am.
To make it easy to get there we offer pedicab rides to Summer Stage to enjoy these spectacular events. As well as we can pick you up after Good Morning America Show and provide pedicab tour of Central Park, just contact us.
Good Morning America Concerts FAQ
Q: Where is Rumsey Playfield?
A: Rumsey Playfield is located at E 71st St, which is close to the 68th St-Hunter College subway station.
Q: What time should I get there?
A: While the show starts at 7:00 am, it is recommended that you arrive no later than 6:00 am so you can find a good spot.
Q: Are tickets really free?
A: Yes! There is no cost and there are no strings attached.
Good Morning America Concerts at Summer Stage in Central Park pic.twitter.com/ZdY0hh0dbe
— Peter Pen Tours (@PeterPenToursCP) September 21, 2018