Line Dance Songs: Playlist for Foot-Stompin’ Fun and Lively Moves

Updated November 14, 2023 | Author: Matthew Campbell

Know popular songs to play to get groups doing a line dance.

Whether it’s traditional country line dancing or group dances, these songs bring everyone out to the dance floor. Because it isn’t partner dancing like a slow dance, people of all ages and relationship statuses feel comfortable participating.

line dance songs for group dancing

When picking out line dance songs, you must consider the following 3 factors:

  1. Do you know the choreographed dance moves that coincide with the song?
  2. Does the song hold special meaning to you or your guests?
  3. Does the song fit into the wedding’s theme?

As an experienced wedding DJ, I’ve assembled a list of line dance songs. Songs are selected by the song’s popularity on social media and at weddings. Besides new and trending, additional lists are grouped by genre to match your taste in music.

New Line Dance Songs

  1. “Real Hips 2” by Defiant Presents, Dj Sliink & Bandmanrill (Dance – 2023)
  2. “Shaggy” by Electric Boogie feat. Marcia Griffiths, Amber Lee, Jamila Falak & Moyann (Reggae – 2023)
  3. “Giddy Up!” by Shania Twain (Country – 2023)
  4. “Trucker’s Slide” by Arthur Young (Blues – 2023)
  5. “No Body” by Blake Shelton (Country – 2022)
  6. “Shivers” by Ed Sheeran (Pop – 2022)
  7. “Super Freaky Girl” by Nicki Minaj (Hip Hop – 2022)
  8. “The Trucker Slide” by DJ Trucker feat. Omar Cunningham, AudiYO & Jali (Blues – 2021)
  9. “Fancy Like” by Walker Hayes (Country – 2021)
  10. “Jerusalema” by Master KG feat. Nomcebo Zikode (Dance – 2020)
  11. “The Git Up” by Blanco Brown (Country – 2019)
  12. “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X ft. Billy Ray Cyrus (Pop Country – 2019)
  13. “In My Feelings” by Drake (Hip Hop – 2018)

Trending Line Dance Songs

  1. “Cupid Shuffle” by Cupid (R&B – 2007) 
  2. “Cha Cha Slide” by DJ Casper (Urban Latin – 2000)
  3. “Wobble” by V.I.C. (Hip Hop – 2008)
  4. “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” by Shania Twain (Country – 1997)
  5. “Electric Boogie” by Marcia Griffiths (Reggae – 1990)
  6. “Shout” by Otis Day & the Knights (R&B – 1978)
  7. “Y.M.C.A.” by Village People (Disco – 1978)
  8. “Cotton Eye Joe” by Rednex (Dance – 1995)
  9. “Macarena” by Los Del Rio (Pop Latin – 1996)
  10. “Stayin’ Alive” by Bee Gees (Disco – 1977)

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Popular Hip Hop Hits

  1. Super Freaky Girl – Nicki Minaj
  2. Toosie Slide – Drake
  3. Lottery (Renegade) – K Camp
  4. Savage – Megan Thee Stallion
  5. 3 Musketeers – ppcocaine feat. NextYoungin
  6. Tap In – Saweetie
  7. In My Feelings – Drake
  8. Hit the Quan – iLoveMemphis
  9. Watch Me (Whip / Nae Nae) – Silentó
  10. Harlem Shake – Baauer
  11. Same Ole 2step – Ent Distrikt
  12. Teach Me How to Dougie – Cali Swag District
  13. Stanky Legg – GS Boyz
  14. Wobble – V.I.C.
  15. Cupid Shuffle – Cupid
  16. Crank That – Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em
  17. Walk It Out – Unk
  18. Cha Cha Slide – Mr. C (DJ Casper)
  19. C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train) – Quad City DJ’s
  20. Tootsee Roll – 69 Boyz
  21. Planet Rock – Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force
  22. Apache – Sugarhill Gang


If you like these songs, you need to see our list of the top wedding party songs to pack the dance floor and sing your heart out!


Hot Country Steps

  1. No Body – Blake Shelton
  2. Fancy Like – Walker Hayes
  3. Do the Lasso – Justin Champagne
  4. The Git Up – Blanco Brown
  5. Country Steppin’ (Remix) – JoelPatrick feat. Bryson Gray
  6. Old Town Road (Remix) – Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray Cyrus
  7. Two Step – Laura Bell Bundy feat. Colt Ford
  8. Wagon Wheel – Darius Rucker
  9. Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) – Big & Rich
  10. Country Girl (Shake It For Me) – Luke Bryan
  11. Good Time – Alan Jackson
  12. Firecracker – Josh Turner
  13. Honky Tonk Badonkadonk – Trace Adkins
  14. I’m From The Country – Tracy Byrd
  15. Man! I Feel Like A Woman! – Shania Twain
  16. Any Man of Mine – Shania Twain
  17. Indian Outlaw – Tim McGraw
  18. Baby Likes to Rock It – The Tractors
  19. Watermelon Crawl – Tracy Byrd
  20. What the Cowgirls Do – Vince Gill
  21. Chattahoochee – Alan Jackson
  22. Achy Breaky Heart – Billy Ray Cyrus
  23. Boot Scootin’ Boogie – Brooks & Dunn
  24. Copperhead Road – Steve Earle
  25. Louisiana Saturday Night – Mel McDaniel


Another popular way to get all guests on the dance floor is by having a dollar dance. See a list of dollar dance hits for guests giving the wedding couple dollar bills to dance with them.


Rock Tunes for Lessons

  1. Goo Goo Muck – The Cramps
  2. Personal Jesus – Depeche Mode
  3. Footloose – Kenny Loggins
  4. Mony Mony – Billy Idol
  5. Rock Lobster – The B-52’s
  6. Time Warp – Rocky Horror Picture Show Cast
  7. The Loco-motion – Grand Funk Railroad
  8. Taking Care of Business – (B.T.O.) Bachman Turner Overdrive
  9. Twist & Shout – The Beatles
  10. Limbo Rock – Chubby Checker
  11. The Twist – Chubby Checker
  12. Willie & The Hand Jive – Johnny Otis

Easy R&B Group Dances

  1. The Mississippi Step – Mr. Sipp
  2. Say So – Doja Cat
  3. Blinding Lights – The Weeknd
  4. Eazy Shuffle – Eric Bellinger
  5. Bikers Shuffle – Big Mucci
  6. Birthday Slide – Big Mucci
  7. Step and Stomp – J Dallas
  8. Can’t Get Enough – Tamia
  9. Da’ Butt – E.U.
  10. My Eyes Don’t Cry – Stevie Wonder
  11. The Bird – Morris Day and The Time
  12. Party Train – The Gap Band
  13. Shout (Part I & II) – The Isley Brothers


After all of the formal dances, you can kick off the party with a bridal party dance song.


Upbeat EDM/Dance for Classes

  1. Real Hips 2 – Defiant Presents, Dj Sliink & Bandmanrill
  2. Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat) – Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo
  3. Jerusalema – Master KG feat. Nomcebo Zikode
  4. Attention – Todrick Hall
  5. Turbo Hustle – DJ Maestro
  6. Forever – Chris Brown
  7. Swamp Thing – Grid
  8. Cotton Eye Joe – Rednex

Classic Disco Hits for Parties

  1. Thriller – Michael Jackson
  2. Y.M.C.A. – Village People
  3. Stayin’ Alive – Bee Gees
  4. You Should Be Dancing – Bee Gees
  5. The Hustle – Van McCoy

Pop Songs for Dancing In Sync

  1. Baby Shark – Pinkfong
  2. Blurred Lines – Robin Thicke feat. T.I. & Pharrell
  3. Dance With Me Tonight – Olly Murs
  4. Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of…) – Lou Bega
  5. 5, 6, 7, 8 – Steps
  6. Mashed Potato Time – Dee Dee Sharp
  7. The Loco-Motion – Little Eva
  8. The Stroll – The Diamonds

Mix of Hits For Beginners

  1. Con Calma – Daddy Yankee feat. Snow
  2. Gangnam Style – Psy
  3. Limbo – Daddy Yankee
  4. The Wedding Horah – Vicki DeLor
  5. Macarena – Los Del Rio
  6. Todo, Todo, Todo – Daniela Romo
  7. Conga – Miami Sound Machine & Gloria Estefan
  8. Electric Boogie – Marcia Griffiths
  9. Chicken Dance/Bird Dance – The Emeralds
  10. The Hokey Pokey – Ray Anthony
  11. Bunny Hop – Ray Anthony

Do you have a favorite line dance song not on my list? Please share the song below in the comments.

Listen to line dance suggestions on our podcast.



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. “Shout” by the Isley Brothers – shouting and raising hands, “Willie & The Hand Jive” by Johnny Otis – a routine hand jive.

Lastly, I would recommend “The Stroll” by the Diamonds. Everyone lines up with men on one side and women on the other. Then, each couple goes through the line under everyone’s hands. It’s a classic.

A better question may be if you want people to dance at your wedding. It’s up to you, as the wedding couple, to decide the mood they want at their wedding reception. Some couples think group dance songs as cheesy or overplayed at wedding receptions. But when the moment hits, it can be pure magic.

There are many country party songs to choose from that your DJ can play at your wedding. Many guests at wedding receptions would know them as line dance songs. However, our most popular country line dance songs are “Achy Breaky Heart” by Billy Ray Cyrus, “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” by Brooks & Dunn, “Chattahoochee” by Alan Jackson, and “Watermelon Crawl” by Tracy Bird. Popular pop radio songs have created dance crazes also. These songs include “Macarena” by Los Del Rio, “Cha Cha Slide” by Mr. C, “Electric Slide” by Marcia Griffiths, and “The Twist” by Chubby Checker.

Yes and no. Country dancers still like to line dance whether it be at a club, party, or wedding. However, due to the mass overplay of line dances at weddings, many couples are choosing to add popular line dance songs to their “do not playlists”. Whether or not to play line dance songs at your wedding should be determined by your guests and whether or not the songs will pack the dance floor.

Group songs are cheesy. Cheesy is fun. Embrace the cheese! People may smirk for a moment until they see everyone else having fun. Have you done the conga up and down a wedding boat? It’s really fun.

Songs that will entice a group conga line or train line include “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train)” by Quad City DJ’s, “Conga” by Miami Sound Machine, and “The Loco-motion” by Grand Funk Railroad, and “The Locomotion” by Little Eva.

Another activity at more casual or upbeat wedding receptions is limbo. I added a limbo music playlist including “Limbo Rock” by Chubby Checker.

  • Cowboy Cha Cha
  • Electric Slide
  • Cha Cha Slide
  • Tush Push
  • Hokey Pokey
  • Chicken Dance

Talk to your professional wedding planner and DJ. They probably know someone who can teach a few line-dancing songs. And if they don’t, look to your local bars. Someone is always teaching line dancing. Don’t worry if country music isn’t your jam. Country line dancing can be done to any genre of music that has a good beat!

A current popular thing to do at weddings is to have a choreographed dance with a group of people. For this, you would select your own songs. I have seen routine dances to “Forever” by Chris Brown and, of course, “Thriller” by Michael Jackson on YouTube. Old-time kid songs are also very popular to fill the dance floor at wedding receptions. These songs include the Hokey Pokey, the Chicken Dance, and the Bunny Hop.

Why trust Matthew Campbell?

DJ, Author, Music Lover


Matthew (Matt) Campbell is the founder/editor of My Wedding Songs from his experience as a wedding DJ. He is the author of two wedding planners: ‘Wedding Songs Planner’ and ‘The Wedding Music Toolkit’. Matt is the host of the ‘Wedding Songs Podcast’. He shares music inspiration in his weekly newsletter the ‘Wedding MusicLetter’. His articles have been published on Rolling Stone, DJ Life Magazine, and DJ Times. Matt resides in the wedding capital of the world – Las Vegas.

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2 years ago

Shakira & Wyclef -Hips Don’t Lie
Missy Elliot- Get ur Freak On
Usher & Lil Jon- Yeah
Madonna -Holiday
Earth wind & Fire -Lets groove tonight
Reel 2 Real feat. The Mad Stuntman – I Like To Move It

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2 years ago
Reply to  Nash

Hi Nash. Great list of songs. Thanks!

4 years ago

I need some country line dance songs

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4 years ago
Reply to  Sam

Hi Sam. The list above shows the release date with the genre. You can easily scroll through the list and find Country songs you need.

Jesse Jackie Lated
Jesse Jackie Lated
5 years ago

what about the tootsie roll?

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5 years ago

Hi Jesse. Great song and is on the list by 69 Boyz.