TSA Choir At LAX: Spreading Holiday Cheer To Los Angeles Travelers

If you are worried that your holiday spirit will be squashed by long lines at the airport, the Trasportation Security Administration (TSA) and the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) have a festive treat for you to help boost the end-of-year cheer.

Choir performances by local middle schools, choir groups, and the TSA themselves will be taking place flash-mob style throughout the terminals at the sixth busiest airport in the world this holiday season, reports a press release.

"Georgia on My Mind," "Emmaunel," "America the Beuaitful," and "I Believe I can Fly," are a few of the songs to expect, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Saint Nick himself will even be stopping by the airport during his busy present-providing schedule on December 22 and 23rd.

"We hope this holiday cheer will alleviate the stress and anxiety some travelers often experience during the holiday travel period," said Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) Executive Director Gina Marie Lindsey in a press release. "As we build the future of LAX we hope what travelers will remember most is not the construction, but the people and moments that made their experience at the airport enjoyable."

And for the Grinch in your family who might accuse Santa's helpers of wasting tax money -- not to worry, rehearsals and performances are on their own time.

All performances take place in public areas of terminals on the lower level designated for arrivals. Follow the airport festivities on Twitter @LAX_Official or #HolidaysatLAX and on Facebook.

Check out last year's TSA Choir, spreading joy throughout the airport below: