What are the most popular dance tunes to fill the floor in recent years at a party or wedding function? In this short blog I provide an overview of the most popular songs to fill the dance floor.
The songs that fill the floor, are always the good feeling songs that bring a smile to your face and for those not dancing, their feet tapping along to the beat.
Which Dance songs are the most popular dance tunes?
The songs below are the most requested and played songs by East Anglian Discos during the 2019 to 2020 year.
- Abba – Dancing Queen – Who would disagree with this all-time classic. It is by far the most requested song year after year. Guaranteed to fill the floor.
2. The Killers – Mr Brightside – Immensely popular party favourite that has become a ‘must play’ over the past 10 years or so. It’s like a fine wine, because it’s improved with age!
3. Dexys Midnight Runners – Come on Eileen Nearly 40 years old, but as popular as it was back in the early 80’s. A great party floor filler.
4. Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson (Featuring Bruno Mars) This is simply a massive tune released in 2014.
5. Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now – One of those fantastic sing alone tunes, where everyone try’s to play the air guitar!
6. Bee Gees – Staying Alive – Undoubtedly one of the finest disco tunes of all time.
7. Valerie – Mark Ronson & Amy Winehouse – A great beat and a real classic tune with the unmistakable vocals of Amy Winehouse.
8. Kings of Leon – Sex on Fire – Just like the Killers, this is a late night party classic.
9. Neil Diamond – Sweet Caroline – Always wonderful to hear this late in the evening. A song that the young and the not so young can all sing along to.
10. Whitney Houston – I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who loves me) – One of the best loved dance tunes to come out of the 80’s and it sounds as fresh today as it did back in 1987.
Your party your music
The above most popular dance tunes is simply an indication of what people like to dance to, but it’s your party and your music. I’d be delighted to play your requests and playlists. My vast experience means that I am able to play all types of music, and play to my audience.