Planning the entertainment for your wedding and in need of a playlist? Choose from the classic wedding line dance songs to get your guests on their feet! If you want your guests to start dancing the night away, consider throwing in a few line dances. Line dancing is the perfect activity to excite guests. Everyone knows a few line dances from weddings, school dances, and other formal events, and line dances are simple and easy. You can even find videos on YouTube with instructions for your favorite song and dance. Additionally, as a last dance, line dances are a wonderful choice to get everyone involved in the celebration one more time. Yeah Weddings has a full list of songs for you to choose from, so get ready to put on your dancing shoes!
List of Top Line Dance Songs
Playlist of Top Songs for Line Dancing
Anyone who says that line dancing is a thing of the past has not visited any dance hall or country bars recently. This song was definitely made for the dancehall. Its beats were for claps and stomps. Shania Twain practically served this up on a platter for line dancers. Keith was inspired to write the song after he witnessed a dance-floor rejection. However, the country singer could scarcely have imagined that the track would catapult him into massive country stardom.
Urban line dance, hip hop line dance, soul line dance, country line dance, dance challenges and participation songs are great way to get everyone on the dance floor. Wobble - VIC. Teach Me How to Wobble - Cupid.
Your wedding reception is a party, right? So get it started with some line dancing. Group dance songs and line dance songs are played at wedding receptions to get people all together on the dance floor — in a group. Group and line dance songs are also known as audience participation songs. Group songs played can invoke a conga line, a train line, rows of line dancing, and more! Group songs are generally less complicated as far as dance moves are concerned. Everyone lines up with men on one side and women on the other.