What makes a song danceable, and why should you? Setting the right mood, and choosing the right songs are so important. What Song Always Makes You Want To Dance?
Hoping that the recent drought of dance music has been quenched by Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop The Feeling. It’s always nice when something fresh, and danceable, comes along.
What Song Always Makes You Want To Dance
There’s a lot that needs to take place to make someone want to dance. It’s like warming up before the workout.
Set The Mood
Setting the right mood with ALL the songs you play before the dancing starts. The right volume, the choices. Then before the dancing starts, pick it up. People will begin to tap there feet, nod their heads, and start to move. It’s important to get things going.
Choose The Right Song
Choosing the right song to start with is key as well. Pick the wrong song and it’s a ghost town on the dance floor. The right song, and the floor is packed.
Have Lighting That Fits
Then there’s lighting. The lighting has to fit the mood. You might start your party with the sun still out. Totally different mood, right? But as the sun sets, the lights change. Certainly don’t leave the lights up bright. If guests can actually see the subtle, but persuasive, shift to lighting that is not too dark but totally right for what’s about to happen. Magic!
The most important thing about making you want to dance?
That’s why your mood, your desire to dance are key. Set the right mood, set the intention that you want to dance, and then please your implementation plan by picking the songs that get you in the groove.
When you do that you make it happen. Let people see that you are ready and determined to have a good time. The party will follow.
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What song always makes you want to dance? Leave your song in the comments.