In Brief

Live concerts performed during flights give passengers a new type of entertainment

Airlines want to provide their travelers with the best possible entertainment during extended flights. Warner Music Nashville partnered with Southwest to bring live music on board to give passengers a second wind during the last leg of their journey.

These live concerts wouldn’t involve a lot of set up or planning. The performers have a minimal amount of equipment to work with, plus their instruments. The experience also gives travelers a close-up view of performers that they likely would not get at an actual concert.

While some travelers may feel right at home with the music, others could see it as a disruption or may not enjoy the chosen genre. If Southwest continues these live music pop-ups, they may want to learn more about their passengers’ preferences prior to the flight.

Live Music on Southwest

Airlines want to provide their travelers with the best possible entertainment during extended flights. Warner Music Nashville partnered with Southwest to bring live music on board to give passengers a second wind during the last leg of their journey.

These live concerts wouldn’t involve a lot of set up or planning. The performers have a minimal amount of equipment to work with, plus their instruments. The experience also gives travelers a close-up view of performers that they likely would not get at an actual concert.