The Toronto band entertained passengers while stuck on the tarmac at Pearson International
When planes are delayed on the tarmac people usually groan and grab a book, but a group of people had an entirely different idea when they were stuck on a plane at Pearson.
The members of the Lemon Bucket Orkestra grabbed their instruments and started playing in the aisles. And the passengers seemed to really dig it as they started smiling and clapping along.
"Our plane got delayed 20 minutes so we got out the instruments," reads the YouTube page.
The band, which describes itself as "Toronto's only Balkan-Klezmer-Gypsy-Party-Punk Super-Band" on a Facebook page, delighted passengers with a four-song set while delayed at the Toronto airport on a flight to Europe.
They were heading to Romania for their Balkan Station 2012 Tour and will be playing the International Romani Art Festival.
We're not sure how the instruments, especially the trombone and saxophone, had made it into the cabin, but wouldn't it be great if this happened on every delayed flight?