Looking for a playlist of Bolero songs for your wedding reception or next backyard party? We’ve done the work for you! All of the songs are calculated by Amazon and the number of downloads. So, we do know the songs are relevant to people who know and want to hear Bolero songs.
You’ll love these selections!
Where Did Bolero Start?
Where did Bolero start? Firstly, there are two boleros. One is from Spain and the other Cuban. They are often mixed up but they are different, so be sure not to put your foot in your mouth. Bolero originated in Spain in the late 1700s for ballet and has become a staple in ballroom music. Since the genre of music began with dancing in mind, we have to love that. Cuban Bolero is part of the trova tradition.
Top Bolero Songs For Your Wedding or Party
Did we miss your favorite bolero song? We’ve curated the top bolero songs from the popular downloads on Amazon.
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How Do You Dance the Bolero?
Bolero is a slow, romantic dance similar to the rumba. Those romantic dances are perfect for your wedding reception or the backyard barbeque where you’re trying to set up your friend Brenda with a great dance. You know you do it. So, whether you sneak in a bolero or two or use a whole Latin playlist, make your party memorable.
The bolero is the perfect romantic dance for the wedding couple’s first dance. You can learn the basic bolero steps on YouTube or hire a dance instructor. Be sure to talk to your professional party or wedding planner for resources. Your planner may even get a discount! Why stop at the first dance? Hire the instructor to teach that dance at your wedding reception or party. It’s so fun to learn together. It takes away the stress and makes for amazing photo opportunities.
We love Latin music for its passion and ease of dance. Because of this, we’ve created many Latin song lists. Visit our ethic wedding songs page to see all of our Latin playlists.