On Friday, Sept. 30, the Black Eyed Peas performed for tens of thousands in a free concert in Central Park.

An estimated 60,000 people attended the show that took place in Central Park’s 55-acre Great Lawn, with proceeds from the event going to The Robin Hood Foundation, an anti-poverty charity group located in New York City.

The Black Eyed Peas have won six Grammys in total and is made up of the four musicians will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo and Fergie.

Prior to the start of their performance, the Black Eyed Peas even had a backstage hangout chat with some of their fans on Google+.

On will.i.am’s Google+ profile, he dubbed tonight’s hangout as the “very first online backstage onstage web cam session.” He also wrote, “lets see how many people will join in on the backstage and onstage hangout…lets re-define concerts, interaction, webcam’n, lets have fun…””

The group’s performance was also broadcasted live on their official page on Livestream.com.

A short clip of the chat recorded by a fan can be seen using the media player below.