Southwest Airlines Is Threatening Customers with More In-flight Impromptu Concerts

And you thought the idea of snakes on a plane was scary
Southwest Airlines Is Threatening Customers with More In-flight Impromptu Concerts
If there's one thing that comes close to the general frustration and discomfort of air travel, it's the feeling of being trapped in an unwanted, impromptu concert. Because they're apparently sadists, the people at Southwest Airlines have decided to combine both of those things into a hellish new campaign.

Warner Music Nashville has finalized a deal with Southwest that will see them continue to offer more and more "pop-up" concerts in the air. According to Billboard, the series "has only grown in popularity over the past six years, as Southwest passengers hope that their flight will be one of the lucky ones to feature a sure-to-go-viral performance."

Well yeah, all sorts of bad things that happen on airplanes go viral. Remember when that poor man was yanked off a United flight earlier this year?

Watch the Barenaked Ladies perform on a flight below. Is this really what you want for future generations?