Lady Antebellum took over Central Park on Friday morning (July 26) as part of Good Morning America's Summer Concert Series, and they brought a host of their biggest hits with them.

The beloved trio of Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood took the stage in front of hundreds of excited fans to perform a dynamic set that included a collection of hits alongside their new single. With a full band and horn section adding even more energy to the stage, Lady A's voices were pristine as they lit up the stage with upbeat performances of "Bartender" and "Downtown," the latter of which had the group beckoning the crowd to sing along after a swanky solo from the trombone and trumpet players.

"You Look Good" was equally exuberant, Kelley introducing the track by shouting, "Let me see some hands in the air!" and the crowd obliging as the horn section kicked in. The trio were in their element throughout the performance, exuding a confident stage presence as they hit every note.

In between the lively numbers, the group delivered their sobering new single, "What if I Never Get Over You," Scott and Kelley trading sweet harmonies as they sang of lost love they wonder if they'll ever be able to move on from. They rounded out the set with a performance of their global hit "Need You Now," the song's opening notes drawing excited cheers from the crowd. The group switched up the arrangement of the song, reprising the line, "Guess I'd rather hurt than feel nothing at all," with the crowd singing the chorus back to them before Lady A brought the multi-song set to a rousing close.

Lady Antebellum are one of three country acts to take the Central Park stage as part of GMA's Summer Concert Series. Keith Urban will perform on Aug. 9, and Kane Brown teams up with Marshmello on Aug. 30.

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