NBC's "Today" morning show will kick off its annual concert series tomorrow (April 18) with a performance by Fleetwood Mac outside its New York studios. The Rockefeller Center Plaza location will also

NBC's "Today" morning show will kick off its annual concert series tomorrow (April 18) with a performance by Fleetwood Mac outside its New York studios. The Rockefeller Center Plaza location will also play host to the likes of Mariah Carey, Alan Jackson, Annie Lennox, Ashanti, LL Cool J, and R.E.M. through October.

As has become the show's custom, the majority of the free concerts will take place on Fridays. Currently, only Beyonce Knowles (June 10) and Sting (Oct. 2) are performing on other days of the week, a Tuesday and a Thursday, respectively.

Portions of each performance will be broadcast live during "Today," which airs 7-10 a.m. ET. For 2003, the name has been changed from the Summer Concert Series to reflect a sponsorship tie-in, and has been rechristened as the Toyota Concert Series on "Today."

What follows is the list of performers confirmed so far for the series. Additional artists will be added to the list, which will grow to include more than 20 concerts, according to NBC.

April 18: Fleetwood Mac
April 25: Kristy Starling ("Today's Superstar" contestant)
May 2: Jewel
May 9: Mariah Carey
June 6: Train
June 10: Beyonce Knowles
June 13: Annie Lennox
July 18: Ashanti
Aug. 1: Shania Twain
Aug. 8: LL Cool J
Aug. 22: Amy Grant
Sept. 19: Alan Jackson
Sept. 26: Michelle Branch
Oct. 2: Sting
Oct. 3: R.E.M.