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Espa is heading to the Big Apple for a historic performance Good morning America. A very popular Korean pop group is about to debut GMAFriday (July 8) Summer Concert Series in Central Park
Kareena, Winter, Gisele and Ningning will be the first K-pop girl group to open the concert series. The quartet will debut their new single “Girls,” which drops Friday, and will perform hits like “Next Level” and “Savage,” along with “Life’s Too Short,” their first all-English single, which they debuted at Coachella in April.
Tickets for the Summer Concert Series are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets for Espa’s show are already on sale, but for those who can score passes, the event will be held at Central Park’s Rumsey Playfield from 7-9 am ET. Doors open at 6 am ET and you must be at least 16 to enter.
Continue reading for details on how to watch Espa perform live.
How to watch Espa GMAs Summer Concert Series
The GMA The summer concert series will air on ABC between 7 and 9 a.m. Fridays. If you have access to local channels or a cable subscription, you can watch the performance on ABC or ABC.com.
You can stream the performance through platforms offering live television and with a free trial depending on the outlet. For example, Hulu + Live TV ($69.99 per month) doesn’t come with a free trial but it does include ABC and more than 75 other channels, along with access to Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+.
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GMAs The summer concert series lineup includes performances from OneRepublic (July 15), Megan Thee Stallion (Aug. 12), Demi Lovato (Aug. 19), Ozuna (Aug. 26) and Black Eyed Peas (Sept. 2).