If you're a fan of "Good Morning America" on ABC TV, then you know that every Friday during the summer, they bring out their Fun in the Sun Summer Concert Series. If you're not a fan of the George Stephanopoulos-Robin Roberts-Lara Spencer-hosted program, well, maybe you should reconsider your viewing habits. In any event, the annual summer event is really cool, even though it's really hot out. Yes, it's an outdoor concert series and it's held in Central Park's Rumsey Playfield during the live show. Country fans will be particularly excited about the upcoming headliner. Keith Urban will be making the scene on Friday, July 11. And if you want to make the scene as well, you're going to have to get yourself down to Central Park (the 72nd Street and Fifth Avenue entrance, to be exact) by 6:00 a.m. and get in line for a free ticket. You have to be there that early because "Good Morning America" airs live from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Of course, there are many more music stars to grace the Fun in the Sun stage. Following Keith Urban will be DJ Zedd (July 18), Nashville-based rockers Kings of Leon (July 25), heartthrob Enrique Iglesias (August 1), country favorites Luke Bryan (August 8) and Florida Georgia Line (August 15), popular pop singer Robin Thicke (August 22) and another country veteran Braid Paisley (August 29). Whatever your musical tastes, there's a very good chance you'll get them satisfied at the Fun in the Sun Summer Concert Series. More details abound at http://gma.yahoo.com/good-morning-america-fun-in-the-sun-2014-summer-concert-series-195401898.html.