Wedding Dance floor fillers – Your ultimate wedding dance playlist

Your wedding day will be a day filled with love, laughter, tears of happiness and, of course, dancing the night away. Choosing the right music for your wedding can be a daunting task, but fear not – we’ve got you covered! In this blog, we’ll be your musical guide, presenting a handpicked list of wedding dance floor fillers that, in our experience, never fail to get people on their feet and grooving into the night.

Why not ask guests in advance to send you their requests of songs they’d love to hear and ask your band or DJ for set lists and a zoom to discuss what you want to hear on the night. A good DJ or band will read the room and keep the dance floor full by seeing what the crowd are responding to. Let’s face it, there’s nothing better than seeing the people you love letting go of their everyday worries and expressing themselves without a care in the world!

These high-energy dance floor fillers, ranging from timeless classics to contemporary hits, draw guests of all ages to the dance floor:

The Ultimate Wedding Playlist

David Bowie – Let’s Dance

George Michael – Too Funky

Jimi Hendrix – All along the watchtower

Chic – I want your love

Beyonce – Crazy in love

Scissor Sisters – Filthy Gorgeous

Sugarhill Gang – Rapper’s delight

Shackles – Mary Mary

Lionel Richie – All night long

Chic – Good times

Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse – Valerie

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars – Uptown funk 

Blinding Lights – The Weekend

Beyonce – Single ladies

Gabrielle – Dreams

Sister Sledge – He’s the greatest dancer

Chic – Everybody dance

The Emotions – Best of my love

Lauryn Hill – That thing

Sunshine Andersen – Heard it all before

Jet – Are you gonna be my girl

Eurythmics – Sweet dreams

Upside down – Diana Ross

Luther Vandross – Never too much

Rihanna and Calvin Harris – We found love

Taylor Swift – Shake it off

Candi Staton (or Florence and the machine) – You got the love

Phats and Small – Turn Around

Jackie Wilson – Your love keeps lifting me higher

Stardust – Music sounds better with you

Estelle and Kanye West – American boy

Murder on The Dancefloor – Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Groove is in the Heart – Deee-Lite

Don’t Stop me Now – Queen

Take on Me – A-ha

I’m Coming Out – Diana Ross

Ain’t Nobody – Chakka Khan

Don’t forget to send a NO list if there are any tracks you definitely don’t want played and any good DJ or band will get a good sense of what you like. They should also read the room and react accordingly with what they play. 

Let us help you tailor the music exactly to your preferences by booking in for a chat here.