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"Today" and Citi kick off the 22nd annual summer concert series with Harry Styles on Tuesday, May 9th

TODAY is once again the hottest morning music destination this summer. Featuring the industry’s biggest and boldest names, the “Citi Concert Series on TODAY” will kick off with international chart-topper Harry Styles, making his debut solo performance on the TODAY plaza. The 22nd annual summer concert series begins Tuesday, May 9 on TODAY.

This year’s line-up includes veteran TODAY performers Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus, Ed Sheeran, Zac Brown Band and Flo Rida. Powerhouse singers Shania Twain and Mary J. Blige also return to TODAY. Singer-songwriters Halsey and Camila Cabello are set to perform their first solo concerts on Rockefeller Plaza, New Kids on the Block return for their 8th concert and county duo Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will take the stage. The 2017 series also features country superstars Brad Paisley, Thomas Rhett and Jason Aldean, singer-songwriters Niall Horan, Hailee Steinfeld, Charlie Puth and Chris Stapleton, rock band DNCE and pop sensation Fitz and The Tantrums.

TODAY is teaming up with Apple Music again this year to enhance the summer Citi Concert experience. TODAY’s Apple Music Curator profile (applemusic.com/TODAY) will continue to feature playlists by the TODAY anchors and performers, exclusive show content and the latest music from the artists of the Citi Concert series. TODAY is also exclusively utilizing Shazam technology to allow fans to unlock content during performances from their favorite artists all summer long.

Following is a list of concerts scheduled to date. All concerts are Friday performances unless otherwise noted. Fans are encouraged to visit the plaza outside TODAY’s Studio 1A for the live performances. Viewing is on a first-come, first-served basis. Entrance is located at 48th Street and Rockefeller Plaza in New York City.

“Citi Concert Series on TODAY” Summer Line-Up:

MAY

9 Harry Styles (#HarryStylesTODAY) *Tuesday

15 New Kids on the Block (#NKOTBTODAY) *Monday

16 Zac Brown Band (#ZBBTODAY) *Tuesday

19 Mary J. Blige (#MaryJTODAY)

26 Miley Cyrus (#MileyTODAY)

29 Niall Horan (#NiallTODAY) *Monday

JUNE

2 Thomas Rhett (#ThomasRhettTODAY)

9 Halsey (#HalseyTODAY)

16 Shania Twain (#ShaniaTODAY)

30 Charlie Puth (#CharliePuthTODAY)

JULY

6 Ed Sheeran (#EdSheeranTODAY) *Thursday

7 Flo Rida (#FloRidaTODAY)

18 Chris Stapleton (#ChrisStapletonTODAY) *Tuesday

21 DNCE (#DNCETODAY)

28 Fitz and The Tantrums (#FitzAndTheTantrumsTODAY)

AUGUST

4 Brad Paisley (#BradPaisleyTODAY)

18 Hailee Steinfeld (#HaileeTODAY)

25 Jason Aldean (#JasonAldeanTODAY)

*Dates for Bruno Mars, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill and Camila Cabello to be announced. Additional performances may be announced throughout the
season.

TODAY.com will bring viewers closer to the action with highlights from the backstage scene, photos from fans on the plaza, hashtags for each concert and much more. Visit TODAY.com/Concerts.

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