Line Dancing in 2021
Line Dancing in 2021 is still very popular, that’s why we have for you the Top Line Dance Songs of 2021. Whether it’s a wedding, sweet 16, Quinceanera, or holiday party, line dancing is essential at every party. Sure, some people detest having line dances at their event. But, that’s very rare. I’m sure if you were to play the line dances at those events, the number of people dancing would most likely double.
Line dances inject a bit of energy into any party. They are easy to learn, don’t require a partner, and people want to be a part of the fun. It really is a win-win situation to add just a few line dances to any wedding reception.
The Misconception of Line Dances
Line dances have a bad rap. People don’t want them at their party because they think line dances are ‘Cheesy’. Some people will list EVERY line dance song they can think of as a DO-NOT play song. The misconception is that their event will be cheesy because the DJ will play every line dance in this list. Most professional DJs will only play line dances to add some life to the dance. In a situation where the dancing has died down, it’s great for a DJ to be able to reach into his bag of tricks and pull out one of these line dance songs to add a little more energy to the party.
When is it appropriate to play these Line Dances?
My approach to line dances depends on the situation. I believe that Line dances can be played back to back. Some DJs will disagree.
Why Play 3 of the Top Line Dances Back to Back to Back
My position in this is that sometimes playing, two or three line dance songs, back to back, gets people to the dance floor and keeps them there for some time. In my observations, from past events, playing one line dance then switching to a similarly styled song, for example playing the cupid shuffle and then player Usher’s Yeah Song, will result in more people leaving the dance floor. In contrast, playing The Cupid Shuffle, and then Playing the Wobble or the Cha Cha Slide, or all three back to back to back, will result in a greater number of people staying to dance.
Why Play over 3 of The Top Line Dance Songs in Sequence
There are a couple of occasions where I would encourage playing 4-10 Line dance songs back to back. This will not work every time, and this will not work at every event. It’s a feeling the DJ will get. Also, not all DJs will do this in fear of being considered a bad DJ. One of the reasons to play over 3 of the Top Line Dance Songs, is that there will be an event called “La Hora Loca
” or The Crazy Hour
La Hora Loca or The Crazy Hour will revive any party. Most of the Top Line Dance Songs in 2021 List are played back to back. This causes people to be present on the dance floor for over 30 minutes. Sometimes, put to an Hour; a Crazy Hour. One sample playlist could be as follows: The Cupid Shuffle, The Wobble, The Cha Cha Slide, The Copperhead Road, The Conga (line), The YMCA, Macarena, and The Git Up. Disclaimer: This playlist will not work with every event, but it’s just an example of one that may work for several events. Your mileage may and probably will vary.
Top Line Dance Songs in 2021
||Line Dance Song
||Achy Braky Heart
||Billy Ray Cyrus
||The Sugarhill Gang
||Bass in yo face
||C’mon ‘N Ride It (The Train)
||Quad City DJ’s
||Can you feel it
||Can’t get enough
||Carnavalito (El Humahuaqueno)
||Cha Cha Slide
||Miami Sound Machine & Gloria Estefan
||Cotton Eyed Joe / Schottische
||Isaac Payton Sweat
||Hit the Quan
||If I back it up
||Nellie Tiger Travis
||Juju on that beat
||Los Del Rio
||Mambo No 5
||No Rompas Mas
||Payaso De Rodeo
||Otis Day and the Knights
||Step and Stomp
||Step in the Name of Love
||Teach my how to Duggie
||Cali Swag District
||The Git up
||Work it out
If you’re interested in learning 20 beginner Line Dance songs you need to know, read this article, which comes complete with line dance instruction videos.