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updated 6/8/2005 10:25:39 AM ET 2005-06-08T14:25:39

NBC News' "Today, Weekend Edition" presents its annual Summer Concert Series, "Saturday Today on the Plaza" beginning May 7. The series kicks off with The Wallflowers. Fans and visitors are invited to come down to "Today's" Studio 1A in Rockefeller Plaza in midtown Manhattan for the live, free outdoor concerts Saturday mornings at 7 a.m.

This year's lineup includes some of the most accomplished names in music. Click here for full coverage and schedule.

Alex Wallace is the executive producer of "Weekend Today." and Andrea D'Ambrosio is the entertainment producer responsible for "Saturday Today on the Plaza" Concert Series 2005. The broadcast can be seen on Saturday's (7-9am ET) and Sunday's (8-9am ET).

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