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What songs would anyone suggest, for the reception to get everyone dancing?! ???? It is a pretty young age group (16-75 most guests around the 23 age bracket)

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We did all retro dance songs from the 60s, 70s, 80s and a few 90s songs and everyone loved it! we had most people up dancing all night!

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Is there any specific songs you can remember? @@kellymiller I haven't heard back from the DJ and I'm getting anxious

 

 

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I like top 40 music so we had a lot of that with some country. But fun interactive songs - things like gangnam style, YMCA, Macarena, that Cuban line dancing song, etc.

 

 

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Being a country girl there will be tons of that lol!! Thank you for the suggestions @@calgarybride2015

 

 

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I love pop and country music! "Happy" by Pharrell, "Uptown Funk" "Problem" Ariana Grande, any Luke Bryan or Brad Paisley,  "Friends in Low Places" by Garth Brooks is going to be my wedding party dance :) haha

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That's a great few songs!! And an awesome idea to have a wedding party song and dance! Thank you for the ideas @@KatieMcBride !!

 

 

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Songs that I collected to get everyone on the Dance floor:  :P 


“Ready to Start,” Arcade Fire

(That’s “Ready to Start the Party” to you.)

 

“I Feel It All,” Feist

(Feeling mighty fine.)

 

“A-Punk,” Vampire Weekend

(Aren’t they all?)

 

“Tighten Up,” The Black Keys

(And get down.)

 

“Say Aha,” Santigold

(Less talk, more dance.)

 

“Je Veux Te Voir,” Yelle

(It’s French for “good music.”)

 

“Deadbeat Summer,” Neon Indian

(Children of the ’80s gotta love synth pop.)

 

“Whirring,” The Joy Formidable

(It’s going by so fast; take a second to dance.)

 

“Drunk Girls,” LCD Soundsystem

(Never tardy to the party.)

 

“Electric Feel,” Mgmt

(Better than the electric slide.)

 

“Creator,” Santigold

(No, that’s not M.I.A.)

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