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Paramore appeared on this morning's Good Morning America as part of the show's summer concert series. Check out their performance of the hit song 'Ain't It Fun' as well as photos from this morning's appearance!
Fans of every genre of music will find a favorite artist in this year's GMA SUMMER CONCERT series line-up: from international music superstars Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias, to hip-hop-artist and entertainment mogul Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, to country superstars Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, and Luke Bryan, to pop R&B sensation Jason Derulo, to rock bands Kings of Leon and Paramore, to pop singer Demi Lovato, toRobin Thicke, to country sensation Florida Georgia Line and DJ/ producers Zedd and Afrojack.
June 20: Jennifer Lopez (#JLOonGMA)
June 27: Afrojack (#AfrojackOnGMA)
July 4: Jason Derulo (#JasonDeruloOnGMA)
July 11: Keith Urban (#KeithUrbanOnGMA)
July 18: Zedd (#ZeddOnGMA)
July 25: Kings of Leon (#KOLonGMA)
August 1: Enrique Iglesias (#EnriqueOnGMA)
August 8: Luke Bryan (#LukeBryanOnGMA)
August 15: Florida Georgia Line (#FGLonGMA)
August 22: Robin Thicke (#ThickeOnGMA)
August 29: Brad Paisley (#BradPaisleyOnGMA)
Summer Concert Series at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park
*The Jennifer Lopez and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson concerts will require tickets in advance for entry. Tickets will be available closer to the performance date and fans should check back for more information on how to obtain free tickets.*
All other concerts are free and open to the public and will take place live during "Good Morning America," Fridays from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET.
Viewers interested in joining "GMA" in Central Park are encouraged to arrive at Rumsey Playfield via the 72nd street entrance on Fifth Avenue at 6:00am when the park opens to the public.
Photo credit: ABC/Lou Rocco