Get ready to hit the dance floor with this ultimate playlist of fun line dance songs for your wedding reception. From country hits to popular dance favorites, this group dances songs will keep your guests moving and grooving. So grab your partner or hit the dance floor solo – it’s time to start the party!
New Line Dance Songs
These fresh and energetic new line dance songs will bring excitement and fun to your wedding reception. They will keep everyone on their feet, creating unforgettable memories on the dance floor.
- No Body by Blake Shelton (Country – 2022)
- Giddy Up! by Shania Twain (Country – 2023)
- Fancy Like by Walker Hayes (Country – 2021)
- Jerusalema by Master KG ft. Nomcebo (Disco Dance – 2020)
- In My Feelings by Drake (Hip Hop – 2018)
- Shivers by Ed Sheeran (Pop – 2022)
- Super Freaky Girl by Nicki Minaj (Hip Hop – 2022)
- Old Town Road by Lil Nas X ft. Billy Ray Cyrus (Country Rap – 2019)
- Shuffle (tuzelitydance) by Meg & Dia (Monster) (TikTok Compilation)
- Savage by Megan Thee Stallion (TikTok Compilation)
Popular Dance Line Songs
These catchy and most popular dance line songs are the go-to choices for wedding group dances, ensuring your guests will be up and moving to the rhythm in no time. (At the bottom of this article, you will see many step-by-step tutorials)
- Cha-Cha Slide by Mr. C The Slide Man (Pop – 2000)
- Cupid Shuffle by Cupid (R&B – 2007)
- Man! I Feel Like A Woman! by Shania Twain (Country – 1997)
- The Git Up by Blanco Brown (Country – 2019)
- Wobble by V.I.C. (Hip Hop – 2008)
- Y.M.C.A. by The Village People (Disco – 1978)
- Macarena by Los Del Rio (Pop Latin – 1996)
- Cotton Eye Joe by Rednex (Dance – 1995)
- C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train) by Quad City DJs
- Shout by Otis Day & The Knights (Funk / Soul – 1978)
- Electric Boogie by Marcia Griffiths (Reggae – 1990)
- Stayin’ Alive by Bee Gees (Disco – 1977)
- The Locomotion by Kylie Minogue (Pop – 1987)
In this other post, you will find The Most Solicited Dance Reception Songs Of All Time.
Country Dance Line Songs
If you’re a country music fan looking to add a touch of Southern charm to your wedding reception, we’ve got you covered. Look at our collection of fun and energetic country dance line songs!
- Copperhead Road by Steve Earle
- Any Man of Mine by Shania Twain
- Boot Scootin’ Boogie by Brooks & Dunn
- Achy Breaky Heart by Billy Ray Cyrus
- Baby Likes to Rock It by The Tractors
- Country Steppin’ (Remix) by JoelPatrick ft. Mario Judah
- Two Step by Laura Bell Bundy ft. Colt Ford
- Chattahoochee by Alan Jackson
- Good Time by Alan Jackson
- Firecracker by Josh Turner
- Watermelon Crawl by Tracy Byrd
- Wagon Wheel by Darius Rucker
- What the Cowgirls Do by Vince Gill
- Do the Lasso by Justin Champagne
- I’m From The Country by Tracy Byrd
- Down in Mississippi by Sugarland
- Indian Outlaw by Tim McGraw
- Louisiana Saturday Night by Mel McDaniel
- Country Girl (Shake It For Me) by Luke Bryan
- Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) by Big & Rich
- Honky Tonk Badonkadonk by Trace Adkins
Line Dance Songs Hip Hop
Turn the energy and infuse hip-hop flavor into your wedding reception. These high-energy Line Dance Hip-Hop songs will have your guests busting out impressive moves on the dance floor.
- Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) by Silentó
- Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke feat. T.I. & Pharrell
- Jump Around by House of Pain
- Walk It Out by Unk
- The Cleveland Shuffle Line Dance by Big Mucci
- The Bikers Shuffle Line Dance by Big Mucci
- Stanky Legg by GS Boyz
- Crank That (Soulja Boy) by Soulja Boy
- Same Ole 2step by Ent. Distrikt.
- WAP by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion
- Toosie Slide by Drake
- Teach Me How to Dougie by Cali Swag District
More Rap And Hip-Hop Hits Here
Sing Along Wedding Songs
If you prefer sing-along songs, these heartwarming tunes are perfect for bringing your guests together. They will create an atmosphere of love and joy as everyone joins in on the memorable chorus.
- Ain’t No Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
- I Wanna Dance With Somebody by Whitney Houston
- Happy by Pharrell Williams
- I’ll Be There For You (Friends theme) by The Rembrandts.
- Livin’ On A Prayer by Bon Jovi
- Sweet Home Alabama Lynyrd Skynyrd
- Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough by Michael Jackson
- Wannabe by Spice Girls
- Black Horse And The Cherry Tree by KT Tunstall
- September by Earth, Wind & Fire
For even more music ideas, check out this article with 315 Best 90s Wedding Songs You Can’t Resist
Rock Line Dance Songs
So, let the smooth rhythms take over as you and your guests step to the beat and create unforgettable moments on the dance floor.
- Twist & Shout by The Beatles
- The Twist by Chubby Checker
- I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by The Proclaimers
- The Time Warp by Rocky Horror Picture Show
- Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond
- Rock Lobster by The B-52’s
- Willie & The Hand Jive by Johnny Otis
- Mony Mony by Billy Idol
- Taking Care of Business by Bachman & Turner
Group Dances For Your Wedding Day
These fun wedding family dance songs are guaranteed to get all of your loved ones, from young to old, up and moving and having a great time. Here are some excellent group dance songs:
- Footloose by Kenny Loggins
- The Hustle by Van McCoy
- Mambo No. 5 by Lou Bega (Wedding Dance)
- We Are Family by Sister Sledge
- It’s Raining Men by The Weather Girls
- You Should Be Dancing by Bee Gees
- Conga by Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine
- You’re The One That I Want by John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John (Grease Movie)
- Grease Lightnin’ by John Travolta
- We Go Together by The cast of Grease.
- Thriller by Michael Jackson
- (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes
- The Stroll by The Diamonds
- Motownphilly by Boyz ll Men
- Every Little Step by Bobby Brown
Group Dance Songs Like Cupid Shuffle Dance
These exciting group dance songs will unite your guests as they choreograph in sync. Like the legendary Cupid Shuffle Dance, these songs will create an unforgettable joyful, and celebration atmosphere.
- Cha-Cha Slide Part 2 by Mr. C The Slide Man (Cha Cha Slide During Wedding Reception)
- Electric Boogie (The Electric Slide) by Marcia Griffiths (Electric Slide Wedding Dance)
- 5, 6, 7, 8 by Steps (Wedding Disco Steps 5,6,7,8)
- The Git Up by Blanco Brown (Wedding The Git Up Challenge)
- Wobble by V.I.C. (Wedding “Wobble”)
- Macarena by Los Del Rio (Wedding Dancing Macarena)
- Y.M.C.A. by The Village People (Wedding Party Dancing YMCA)
- Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) by Backstreet Boys
- Bye Bye Bye by *NSYNC
- Gangnam Style by Psy
- Baby Shark by Pinkfong (This song never fails to get everyone on the dance floor enthusiastically joining in the Baby Shark dance. Be sure to instruct your DJ to play the party remix)
Group Dance Steps Tutorial
We’ve gathered the best line dances/group dances you need to know for your special day. Also, we’ve included a video tutorial for each dance to make it even easier. So whether you’re a seasoned dancer or a beginner, get ready to learn the moves that will have everyone joining in on the fun.
CUPID SHUFFLE DANCE MOVES
The Cupid Shuffle line dance is a popular choice for wedding receptions. It’s a fun and energetic dance that gets everyone involved and can create a lively atmosphere.
➢ Another tutorial here
THE WOBBLE LINE DANCING
The upbeat rhythm and repetitive steps make it easy for people to join the wobble dance and have a great time on the dance floor.
➢ If you need a little more help, here is another tutorial
ELECTRIC SLIDE DANCE
The Electric Slide line dance is a classic and well-known choice for a wedding reception. If you and your partner enjoy the Electric Slide and think it would be a good fit for your guests, it’s a great choice to include in your wedding reception’s playlist!
➢ Another easy step-by-step tutorial here
COPPERHEAD ROAD LINE DANCE
If you and your partner enjoy country music and want to incorporate a high-energy line dance that many people can join in and have fun with, add the Copperhead Road!
➢ Another video tutorial here
FOOTLOOSE GROUP DANCE
The dance is inspired by the iconic song “Footloose” by Kenny Loggins and is based on the dance moves from the famous movie of the same name.
➢ Practice the steps with this video.
➢ Check out this other Footloose Line Dance Instruction video
THE GIT-UP DANCE
This dance gained popularity with the song “The Git Up” by Blanco Brown and became a viral sensation with its catchy beats and easy-to-follow steps.
➢ Take a look at this other Git Up Line Dance Tutorial
HOW TO DO THE TUSH PUSH
This is a dance that many people are familiar with, and it can get guests of all ages involved on the dance floor.
LEARN THE FANCY LIKE DANCE
This popular dance is inspired by the hit country song “Fancy Like” by Walker Hayes, which gained viral popularity for its catchy tune and danceable rhythm.
➢ Check out this TikTok Dance for Beginners
THRILLER DANCE STEP BY STEP
➢ Then check out the Thriller choreography to practice the steps.
COTTON EYE JOE LINE DANCE
The Cotton Eye Joe line dance typically involves steps and turns that are easy to learn and follow. It’s a dance that many people are familiar with, and even those who may not know the steps can quickly catch on with some instruction.
More dance tutorials for some of our favorite tracks:
- “You’re The One That I Want” Step-by-Step Choreography
- “Grease Lightnin’” Easy, Step-by-Step Choreography
- “We Go Together” Easy, Step-by-Step Choreography
- “Dougie” Dance moves.
- “Gangnam Style” How to do the dance moves.
- “Watch Me Nae Nae” Dance moves tutorial.
- “The Electric Slide” How to Make the Sexy Dance Moves.
- “Macarena” Dance move tutorial
- “Bye Bye Bye” by *NSYNC Tutorial
- “You Should Be Dancing” from Saturday Night Fever Tutorial
- “Country Girl Shake” Line Dance to Music
- “YMCA” Dance Steps
- “Chattahoochee” by Alan Jackson Line dance
- “Two Step” by Laura Bell Bundy Performance
What is the difference between line dancing and group dancing?
Line dancing is characterized by a structured choreography performed in a line formation. In contrast, group dancing involves a larger group of dancers in a more spontaneous and interactive setting, often without a set choreography. Both styles have their unique appeal and offer different experiences for participants.
Should you have line dancing at your wedding?
Line dancing can be a fun addition to create a lively and casual atmosphere. Consider the size of your dance floor, provide instruction if needed, and ensure that line dancing aligns with the overall vision for your special day. Ultimately, the goal is to create an enjoyable and inclusive experience for everyone attending your wedding.
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