Southwest Celebrates 30 Years In Nashville with An Epic Bash!
Now, THIS is the kind of Mile High Club I would like to get in on!
Commemorating Southwest Airlines’ 30th year with service to Nashville, the airline decided to throw one heck of a bash. Complete with sweet tea, biscuits, and music, Southwest threw a party for the ages. The bash lasted for the entire day, with performances by up and coming artist Maren Morris, newly painted and Tennessee adorned Boeing 737-700s, and an outdoor performance by the group A Thousand Horses.
But it is what happened at 35,000 feet that has me green with envy that I wasn’t on that darn Nashville-bound Southwest flight!
Up in the sky, above the clouds, and at a comfortable cruising altitude, Chris Young and Cassandra Pope performed a mini concert titled, “Live at 35.” The only turbulence during this amazing duo’s performance came from the plane itself, but it didn’t seem to put a damper on anything.
Could you imagine getting a musical surprise like this on your next flight?!
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