The Best Wedding Line Dance Songs of All-Time

  1. Macarena by Los Del Rio
  2. Old Town Road by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus
  3. Any Man of Mine by Shania Twain
  4. Twist and Shout by The Beatles
  5. Cha-Cha Slide from Mr. C The Slide Man
  6. Achy Breaky Heart from Billy Ray Cyrus
  7. Cotton Eye Joe by Rednex
  8. Jump in the Line (Shake, Señora) by Harry Belafonte
  9. Thriller by Michael Jackson

 

Macarena by Los Del Rio

Yes, it’s one of the wedding line dance song that many of us danced to at high school dances. Most groups who dance to this line dance song seem to know what they’re doing. Others, just wing it and entertain everyone else. No matter how perfect you dance to it. It’s just plain fun music! This song is popular, although for some brides, it’s on their “Do Not Play” list. Brides and grooms will be surrounded by a bunch of people folding arms and smiling from ear to ear. This song is especially funny just to watch people give it their best shot at figuring out how to dance to it. If you’re watching how to do the Macarena dance when it’s going on, you’re already too late. Learn to do the Macarena dance correctly.

Old Town Road by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus

Old Town Road is a song that both parents and kids seem to love. It’s number 8 on our list of the most popular wedding line dance songs. It’s short and sweet and it will make any wedding dance complete (yes, that’s a cool rhyme). Watch your guests line up and the hidden cowboy come out in all of them. And, no barn wedding needed for this fun.

Any Man of Mine by Shania Twain

If you want your wedding guests to have fun with one of the best wedding songs there is at your wedding reception, this one is a must. This will music will make one of the best wedding videos of all time!

Twist and Shout by The Beatles

This could be the highlight song for any wedding. It’s just plan fun, fun, fun. Even though the lines may get a little messy, people will love twisting to this classic from the Beatles. Whether it’s played by a great wedding band, or spun up by a great wedding DJ, this song is a crowd winner.

Cha-Cha Slide from Mr. C The Slide Man

The Cha-Cha Slide, is probably not going to make the best wedding first dance songs, but it will make the perfect party song for a wedding. This is one of the best wedding line dance song that was ever written. It’s a dance that many kids learn in school, and those lessons come in handy planting their feet at any outdoor wedding venue, or even elegant ballroom.

Achy Breaky Heart from Billy Ray Cyrus

This is one of the best wedding party songs ever. Even better if you hire a country wedding band to perform it. Your guests will have fun swaying back and forth to this song while stomping on old creaky wood in your barn wedding. It’s great hearing people trying to recite the lyrics to this line dance songs. Most guests, will get as far as, “Don’t break my heart, my achy breaky heart…”, “I just don’t ever think I’ll understand…MUMBLE MUMBLE.”

Cotton Eye Joe by Rednex

If there’s any song that you can line dance too where you feel like you should have a piece of straw hanging from your mouth, this is the one. If you’re having a rustic wedding in a barn, or booked an outdoor wedding venue, this song is a must play. Many wedding DJs or wedding bands will save this line dance for the end of the night with just a few songs left on your wedding playlist. It’s a great way to end one heck of an awesome wedding reception.

Jump in the Line (Shake, Señora) by Harry Belafonte

This is a TRUE line dance. Your wedding guests will have a blast lining up and making their best train and choo-chooin’ around the wedding reception venue with smiles on their faces. It’s always fun too seeing the person at the head of the line navigate through tables and chairs that are really close together.

Thriller by Michael Jackson

It will be fun watching your wedding guests line up and turn into zombies before your eyes. Even though it’s thought of more of a Halloween song, this huge dance hit is so popular, your wedding guests will love this line dance song. Plus, zombies are always more fun with drinks in them from the open bar.

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