Rock Hall to Host 'Good Morning America' Watch Party

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Touring the country in support of their 40th anniversary, the Good Morning America crew will roll into Cleveland tomorrow to film footage from a watch party at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. It’s part of a marathon 40-hour broadcast that features the reunion of the morning show’s previous anchors David Hartman, Charlie Gibson, Sam Champion and Joan Lunden. The “40 for 40” event will start at 5 p.m. tomorrow and will run uninterrupted through 9 a.m. on Thursday.

During the marathon, the band One Direction will perform several songs from their new album, Made in the A.M. At the Cleveland stop, the One Direction concert will stream and fans can watch from outside of the Rock Hall. Footage of fans watching the concert will be included on Wednesday morning's broadcast. It's uncertain if hosts or guests will appear at the Rock Hall.The concert starts at 10:30 and ends at midnight. GMA’s “40 for 40” broadcast will be streamed live at ABCNews.com/live and GoodMorningAmerica.com.


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