Canadian rock band Nickelback were booked as the halftime show for the NFL's Thanksgiving game, which will be played at the Detroit Lions' stadium against the undefeated Greenbay Packers.
However, one fan has started an online petition asking for 35,000 signatures in order to have the halftime show changed.
It states: "This game is nationally televised, do we really want the rest of the US to associate Detroit with Nickelback? Detroit is home to so many great musicians and they chose Nickelback?!?!?! Does anyone even like Nickelback? Is this some sort of ploy to get people to leave their seats during halftime to spend money on alcoholic beverages and concessions?
"This is completely unfair to those of us who purchased tickets to the game. At least the people watching at home can mute their TVs. The Lions ought to think about their fans before choosing such an awful band to play at halftime."
At the time of writing, the petition has nearly 30,000 of the requested 35,000 signatures.
Nickelback will release their upcoming album Here and Now, a follow-up to their 2008 album Dark Horses, on November 21.
The Detroit Lions' Thanksgiving game against the Greenbay Packers will be played on November 24 at 11.30am (EST) on Fox.
Watch the lyric video for Nickelback's 'Where We Stand Together' below: