The Celtic fans are digesting another win at home this year following last night’s match against Hibs.

It’s 16 on the bounce for the Hoops, but this game also was the debut of ‘something a little bit different’.

A new disco lights show is creating somewhat of a buzz on social media.

Celtic tease new pre-match entertainment

Before the match, the club posted a Tweet to supporters about being ready for the new lights show.

The previous show was getting repetitive with the same music and lights sequence ending in the huddle.

6th February 2019, Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland; Ladbrokes Premiership football, Celtic versus Hibernian; Celtic Disco lights before kick off (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

Tops for Celtic realising this and changing it up a bit with a new sequence.

Before the match, the fans were entertained with lights to the tune of ACDC hit ‘Thunderstruck’.

The song choice appeared to be spot on as former manager Neil Lennon spoke about ‘bringing the thunder back’ during his Hoops tenure.

Neil Lennon brings thunder back to Celtic Park. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

However, not all Celtic fans are convinced with the new show, with some wanting a better, more tailored music choice.

Celtic fans react to new lights show on Twitter

Supporters took to Twitter after the show to outline their opinion on the pre-match entertainment.

How can Celtic better future lights show?

One criticism from above is that last night’s sequence went on too long.

Thunderstruck‘s run time is just under five minutes with a long intro – the peak of the song.

Perhaps a shorter tune more tailored towards the club would go down better with the fans.

Celtic must keep lights on during You’ll Never Walk Alone. (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)

Celtic should be commended for their choreography, coupling the lights and music together in symphony.

One personal bugbear is switching off the lights during You’ll Never Walk Alone during big European games.

The Hoops are known for the song around the world and it lessens it with not being seen.

It’s still early days with the lights and it’s good for these midweek Premiership games for trial and error.

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