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Southwest Airlines announced it will add live concerts to its in-flight entertainment.

The airline released a video advertising the new amenity, but social media is not excited.

One user asked how he could opt out, and another responded the answer was to pay $100 more and choose another airline.

The airline has been doing the "pop-up concerts" since 2011 but now has decided to boost the idea and make it more common.


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