Southwest Airlines has announced plans to host country music concerts on some of its upcoming flights.
Their "Live at 35" concert series started in 2011 but now they've officially teamed up with Warner Music Nashville.
Dingle band Walking On Cars already performed on one of their flights last December, and went down a treat.
But the latest announcement has divided passengers, despite the fact that the concerts will only take place on 20 flights out of about one million per year.
My reaction when I read about the new Southwest Concerts in Flight addition. pic.twitter.com/Zg6Hzoli3m
— Juan Cuadrado (@bebo2100) October 27, 2017
Southwest Airlines is adding live concerts to some of it's flights. So far it's only country music. Turbulence? More like TURD-bulence.
— Warren Kluck (@warrenkluck) October 28, 2017
This is psychotic to me. Southwest Airlines Thinks In-Air Concerts Are A Good Idea – Consumerist https://t.co/fzH3rxArGg
— Vicky (@CaptSassyPants9) October 27, 2017
I also seem to be in the minority opinion that the in-flight concerts on Southwest sound fun
— Gary Oldman (@harmon78) October 28, 2017
I guess if you weren't enjoying it you can't exactly get up and leave...