The producers of Good Morning America have announced that the viewing area for the Britney Spears concert later this month will begin letting people in at 9 a.m. It will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
But they warned that no one would be allowed to line up that Sunday, March 27 before 9 a.m. to get into the gated areas that will be erected on Castro Street between Market and 18th Street, and between 18th and 19th Streets. They also warned the public not to fall prey to ticket scams, as it is free to attend and no passes will be issued beforehand.
“The audience area will open at 9 a.m.; those arriving earlier will be turned away: no lining up will be permitted. PLEASE NOTE: There will NOT be wrist bands or tickets of any kind being issued nor will they be necessary to attend. Do not accept wrist bands from any media outlet,” stated GMA producers in a media release this week.
The pop diva will be singing in the Castro District that day from noon to 1 p.m. to promote her newest album, which drops Tuesday, March 29. The outdoor concert in San Francisco’s gayborhood will also air that day on the ABC morning show.
As the Bay Area Reporter reported in this week’s paper, the show also hopes to film Spears meeting with two local agencies that serve LGBT youth. Those visits, though, are not yet confirmed.