PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- "Good Morning America" is headed to the birthplace of America.
This Thursday, "GMA" will broadcast live from Philadelphia as it brings its Pop Up Show to Eakins Oval.
Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos and Michael Strahan will anchor the special edition of "GMA" - airing on 6abc, of course - in front of a live audience outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
They asked Philadelphians to explain what makes our city so awesome and share videos showing your favorite places to go in Philly. On Tuesday morning, they shared some of these answers with the rest of the country. To share more of your favorites from the City of Brotherly Love, be sure to share your 'Philly Fave Video' on Twitter or Instagram and use #GMAInPhilly.
Ahead of Thursday's broadcast, Ginger Zee, Michael Strahan and Robin Roberts threw out the first pitch at the Phillies game.
Maria Stefanopoulos, the show's senior manager of operations, says coming to Philadelphia was a priority.
"We heard that we have the best fans in Philadelphia and we wanted to give them a special treat by coming here and doing a LIVE show bringing our anchors from our studio into their backyard," says Stefanopoulos.
On Thursday morning, they will be joined by the Action News Morning Team, Lara Spencer, Ginger Zee as well as celebrity guests and a live performance by Philly native music legend Patti LaBelle.
You can be part of the audience by getting tickets at https://1iota.com/show/936/gma-in-philly.
While the show starts at its usual 7 a.m. time slot, audience members are being asked to get there before 6 a.m.
So, get ready to be part of history - in the city that makes history.