The 2017 "Good Morning America" Summer Concert Series started last Friday, May 17, with a performance by Green Day. The concert took place in Central Park in New York City and the band played five songs, three of which were televised. The televised songs were "Know Your Enemy," "Still Breathing," and "Basket Case." The other two songs were "Revolution Radio" and "Youngblood."

Summer Concert Series lineup

Every Friday this summer, a new musician will take the stage in Central Park to perform on "Good Morning America." The Summer Concert Series kicked off on May 17 and will go through September 1.

The next performance will take place on May 26 with Florida Georgia Line and Nelly.

On June 2, Fifth Harmony will perform on "GMA." The group will spend much of June on the road, playing concerts in Miami Beach, Boston, Mashantucket and Indianapolis. Then on June 9, The Chainsmokers will take the Central Park stage. The Chainsmokers are having a highly successful year and were the most nominated band at the 2017 "Billboard Music Awards" with 22 nominations.

The Lumineers will perform on June 16. The trio from Denver, CO have only been together for a few years. They have two studio albums under their belt and show no sign of slowing down. On June 23, another country act will take the stage. Little Big Town will make their appearance on "GMA" and will spend much of their summer performing at various music festivals.

On June 30, singer Bebe Rexha will make her to "GMA." The 27-year-old just wrapped up her first headlining tour, which kicked off on March 1 in Dallas and concluded on May 18 in London. Big Sean will perform on July 7. The rapper released his fourth studio album, "I Decided," in February and just finished a tour in support of the new album.

Country superstars Lady Antebellum will be singing on July 14 and then on July 21, Zedd will take the stage with Alessia Cara. Rockers Imagine Dragons are scheduled for July 28, and Linkin Park for August 4. New York City will welcome Bleachers on August 11, Eric Church on August 18 and Paramore on August 25.

Jason Derulo closing it out

September 1 will be the last concert for the 2017 "Good Morning America" Summer Concert Series. Jason Derulo will have the honor of being the last performer of the summer. The singer is best known for his songs "Wiggle" and "Talk Dirty to Me," both of which went Platinum. Derulo has not released a new album in two years, but is working on finishing up his fifth studio album.

Most of the Summer Concert Series shows are free and are open to the public. The concerts take place from 7 a.m. - 9 a.m. and fans should arrive at 6 a.m.