Who wouldn’t forget a wedding celebration where Uncle Ed was out on the dance floor, “cutting it up,” doing the Cha-Cha Slide? Whether you like country or pop music, people love to dance to songs they recognize and listen to musicians they love. Joining in on a line dance can be less intimidating for people who don’t normally freestyle on the dance floor.  A line dance is a choreographed dance in which a group of people dance in lines or rows, hence the name. You certainly don’t have to be a good dancer to learn a set of repeated dance moves for the song. Friends and family of all ages can come together and have a time filled with laughter, celebration, and connection.  Here are some well-liked dances below.

Cha-Cha Slide

I’m sure you’ve all heard of the Cha-Cha Slide, of the most popular dance songs out there. “Slide to left, slide to the right, three hops this time.” Jog your memory?  It is easy to learn because the song guides to you to what move is next. This favorite line dance will get everyone laughing on the dance floor, not to mention the cameras going from those few left on the sidelines.

Cupid Shuffle

This easy-to-learn dance is a great way to get people pumped up and ready to party.  There are only three dance moves repeated throughout the song, so it makes for a fun choice no matter what skill level the audience appears to be.  While most can pick up moves as they go, for the men who claim to have “two left feet,” and the hope of finding Mrs. Right during the Cupid Shuffle, you might want to watch it on YouTube beforehand.


Wobble baby! This is the perfect song to get things shaking.  Wobble has become a popular hit anyone and everyone can learn. Performed by V.I.C, everyone from your co-worker to third cousin will enjoy this one. They may even want it on replay.


Hey Macarena!  You didn’t want to be in the dark in the 90’s and you certainly don’t want to be now. You begin by placing your arms straight out in front of you,  palms face upward.  On the next beats you will move your hands to touch the opposite shoulder, making an X across your chest.  Who are we kidding, give YouTube a visit for a refresher on the rest of the dance.

Other popular line dances include: Hit the Quan, Electric Slide, Boot Scootin’ Boogie,  and Gangnam Style.

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