Yee-haw! Get up, grab your boots, and get ready to head toward the dance floor. These country line dance songs will have every cowboy and cowgirl whirling and twirling the night away. Featuring some classic country songs from some of the greatest in the industry, this list will be your go-to for your next fun-filled event.
Two of our favorite things in the world are country music and dancing, so we’ve created a list of the best country tunes to boogie to. There’s nothing better than pulling on your favorite pair of cowboy boots and line-dancing to a peppy country jam, so we’ve got you covered with the ultimate kid-friendly country dance playlist. The songs listed here are some of the most upbeat, happy, and danceable country tunes out there, so we guarantee they’ll be the key ingredient of your next dance party. From the best 90s country songs to modern and new jams, there’s something here for every country fan that wants to shuffle and sidestep the night away.
If you end up needing a palette cleanser from all the fun, you can also check out our list of sad country songs to listen to when you’re feeling blue. But for now, put a smile on your face and some pep in your step because it’s time to get dancing!
“Down in Mississippi,” by Sugarland
“What’s a poor girl got to do just to have some fun?” Dance to this ditty, of course!
“Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” by Toby Keith
This toe-tapper is for everyone who wishes they were roaming the wild, wild west.
“Country Girl (Shake It For Me),” by Luke Bryan
Luke’s upbeat hit will having everyone moving and shaking to the beat.
“Any Man of Mine,” by Shania Twain
Calling all the ladies! You’ll have a blast twirling to Shania’s sassy song.
“Watermelon Crawl,” by Tracy Byrd
“Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” by Brooks & Dunn
The mere title of this track just makes you want to pull up your boots and get on the dance floor.
“Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy),” by Big & Rich
Everyone will be singing—and stepping!—along to one of Big & Rich’s biggest hits.
“No One Else On Earth,” by Wynonna Judd
The words might be about heartbreak, but the beat paired with Wynonna’s voice just makes you want to get up and boogie.
“Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” by Trace Adkins
Once the guitar starts strumming, you’ll be stepping, “Left, left, left-right-left.”
“Chattahoochee,” by Alan Jackson
This fast tempo tune will make listeners light on their feet.
“I Feel Lucky,” Mary Chapin Carpenter
No matter how you’re feeling, this number will instantly put you in a happy-go-lucky mood.
“Copperhead Road,” by Steve Earl
A slower song is perfect for novice dancers, but even experts will enjoy strutting their stuff to Steve Earl.
“Achy Breaky Heart,” by Billy Ray Cyrus
Billy Ray’s achy breaky heartbreak track never gets old.
“Hole in My Head,” by Dixie Chicks
Leave it to the Dixie Chicks to write a cheeky number that has us bopping right along.
“Fishin’ in the Dark,” by Nitty Gritty Band
Warning: Once you put on this classic, every person in the room will be crowding the dance floor.
“Toes,” by Zac Brown Band
This tune is reminiscent of summer beach days and barbecues, make it a perfect addition to any dance party!
“Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” by Shania Twain
We dare you not to start dancing the second this song comes on!
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