7 Best Latin Dance Songs for Weddings

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When it comes to Latin weddings, dancing is when the most fun happens. Latin dance songs really know to bring life to the party.

If you are looking for some amazing Spanish language songs for your wedding, these hand-picked Latin dance songs are guaranteed to get your dance floor in a frenzy.

Latin Dance Songs for Weddings

All of these songs have been tried and tested by myself at hundreds of Latin weddings in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Southern California.

Here are 7 of the best Spanish Dance Songs for Latin Weddings: (in no particular order).

Note: Check out a list of Spanish songs to play at weddings.

Suavemente – Elvis Crespo

1998, Suavemente

This is arguably the greatest Spanish wedding dance of all time. It has a super energetic beat and vibe to it that makes it perfect for any wedding dance party.

This is the #1 most requested dance song for every Latin wedding that I DJ at and is almost always requested at non-Latin weddings as well. This Merengue song has been the king of the Latin wedding dance floor since it was released way back in 1998.
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Danza Kuduro – Don Omar & Lucenzo

2010, Meet The Orphans

Like “Suavemente”, this infectious dance monster is an extremely popular song at Latin weddings. Originally released in 2010, this song is a guaranteed dance floor filler.

Fun fact: this song has over 1 billion views on Youtube!
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Despacito – Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, Justin Bieber

2017, Vida

This crossover smash hit was the biggest wedding dance song of 2017. You literally couldn’t go to a wedding that year (and even still) and not hear this song played at least twice.

It has a medium-paced reggaetón beat which works super well on the dance floor. Justin Bieber’s addition to this song really helped catapult it to epic heights and made it even more appealing to non-Latin wedding crowds as well.
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La Chona – Los Tucanes De Tijuana

1995, Me Robaste El Corazón

This song is my secret weapon when I need a song to wake a crowd up. “La Chona” is one of those songs that will give the crowd a second wind if they need it. It has a fast beat that people love to dance to.

Fun fact: This Mexican band has performed at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles and Central Park in New York City.
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La Vida Es Un Carnaval – Celia Cruz

1998, Mi Vida Es Cantar

This classic Spanish song is still very popular with the older crowd at Latin Weddings. “La Vida Es Un Carnaval” is an all-time great Latin dance song.

You can never go wrong with playing this one.
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Mesa Que Mas Aplauda – Grupo Climax

2004, Za Za Za

This super-fast-paced Merengue song is a highly requested song that I play at Latin weddings. This song is also known as “Za Za Za” for its catchy hook.

Although it was released back in 2004, it still sounds fresh at weddings today and never gets old.

Vivir Mi Vida – Marc Anthony

2013, 3.0

This track by Marc Anthony helped him win a Latin Grammy award back in 2013 when it was released. Fun Fact: This song is actually a cover version of a European song called “C’est La Vie” by Khaled.

The original track came out in 2012 and is a bilingual song featuring Arabic and French vocals. Both the original and Marc Anthony versions are massive songs that get played at weddings around the world.
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Well, there you have it. 7 amazing Spanish songs ready to rock any Latin wedding. See you on the dance floor!

If you have a favorite Latin song not on our list be sure to mention it below as a comment!

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  1. But clearly the most praised song, especially for couple dancing is either Diferente or Santa Maria del Buen Ayre de Gotan Project,
    so elegant and dancey!

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