Some of country music's biggest stars will be part of Good Morning America’s 2017 summer concert series. The shows begin in mid-May, with Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley and more in this year's lineup.

The 17-day concert series will kick off on May 19 with a performance from rock band Green Day; the following Friday (May 26), Florida Georgia Line and Nelly will perform together. In addition to Lady A (July 14) and Bentley (date TBD), the Lumineers (June 16), Little Big Town (June 23) and Eric Church (Aug. 18) are all lined up for GMA shows. Last year, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley and Jason Aldean made appearances during the series.

Now in its ninth year at Rumsey Playfield in New York City’s Central Park, the Good Morning America 2017 summer concert series is, with the exception of one non-country show, free to attend and open to the public -- but you’ll have to wake up early in order to catch the concerts. Shows begin at 7AM ET, and fans are encouraged to start lining up at 6AM ET to ensure a spot; for more details on how to attend, visit ABCNews.com. Those not in NYC will be able to catch the performance during GMA.

If a trip to New York City isn’t in the cards, there are still plenty of opportunities to catch the aforementioned artists out on the road this summer: Lady Antebellum are set to hit the road on May 26, on their You Look Good World Tour, and Bentley’s What the Hell World Tour is scheduled to continue through early September. The Boot’s 2017 tour roundup contains additional details about these and other treks.

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