K-pop’s fastest-rising girl group Aespa is kicking off this year’s “Good Morning America” Summer Concert Series slated for July 8 at New York City’s Central Park.

The four-piece act will be the first musical artists to perform for the event.

The other singers who will appear in the event are OneRepublic on July 15, Megan Thee Stallion on Aug. 12, Demi Lovato on Aug. 18, Ozuna on Aug. 26 and Black Eyed Peas on Sept. 2.

“Good Morning America” revealed the exciting news in a tweet Monday which, when translated in English, says, “July 8th: “GMA” summer concert series begins with @aespa_official.”

Aespa is the second K-pop act to participate in the highly-anticipated event following global sensation BTS who performed for the show’s Summer Concert Series in 2021.

Following their victory as Rookie of the Year on this year’s Korean Music Awards, the quartet continues to gain ground on the international scene with the release of their first all-English track, “Life’s Too Short” on June 25.

The track, which talks about living life without regrets, has already crossed over 25 million views on YouTube with fans agreeing on the song’s message of living a fun life “'cause life’s too short.”

"I hope the queens really believe in what the lyrics say - to never care about the pointless hate, people will just talk," a fan wrote in the comments section of the singers’ official YouTube page.

The girl group composed of Karina, 22, Ningning, 19, Winter, 21 and Giselle, 21, was first introduced to the public by SM Entertainment in Nov. 2020.

The group’s name takes the combination of “ae” which spells the initials of “Avatar x Experience” since each of the members of the group also has an animated or virtual counterpart.

In October 2021, the girl group debuted their single, “Savage” at No. 20 on Billboard 200 top albums chart. In the following month, Aespa became the first K-pop group to appear at the 2021 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Aespa has also made their Coachella debut in April which also marked their first-ever performance for a live crowd in the U.S.

The girl group will drop by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Wednesday to promote “Life’s Too Short” and the upcoming release of their new album “Girls” scheduled on July 8.

People wave cell phones during a performance at the 2021 Global Citizen Live concert at Central Park in New York, U.S., September 25, 2021.
People wave cell phones during a performance at the 2021 Global Citizen Live concert at Central Park in New York, U.S., September 25, 2021. Reuters / CAITLIN OCHS
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