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The best Christmas party songs ever...

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Theres nothing better than the moment its socially acceptable to play Christmas songs! They brighten up your day and make everyone feel warm and fuzzy inside. Well,  at least the first 3 weeks of December anyway. Due to that damn Covid, Christmas parties were cancelled last year but this year they are back and going to be bigger than ever!

These are all classics and are guaranteed to fill your Christmas Party Dance Floor. Theres not a single song here that you shouldn’t already know, and if you find one…. You should be ashamed. 

Christmas is the only time of year we are perfectly happy to listen to the same tired old 80s tunes over and over again. Any other instance, we’d complain constantly! Apart from Africa by Toto.


Here are best xmas party songs that are guaranteed to get you on the dance floor or all rockin’ around the Christmas tree this year.

12. Do They Know Its Christmas? - Band Aid

11. Wonderful Christmas Time - Paul McCartney

10. Jingle Bell Rock - Bobby Helms

9. Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree - Mel & Kim

8. Its The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year - Andy Williams

7. Step Into Christmas - Elton John

Big on the Christmas dance floors!  Are you asking me to step in?" Fans of Gavin & Stacey will know what we are going on about. 

6. Last Christmas - Wham!

‘Last Christmas’ features sleighbells and synths, plus some truly memorable knitwear in the video. What more do you want?!

5. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday - Wizzard

 A slice of pure ’70s pop, from the tongue-in-cheek ‘ker-ching’ of a ringing till to the fade-out of a children’s choir and twinkling bells. Its perfect.

4. Merry Christmas Everybody - Slade

Noddy Holder and his troupe of platform-wearers continue to blight our television screens each December with their frightening fashion sense. Its an absolute winner.

3. Merry Christmas Everyone - Shakin' Stevens

We met Shakin' Stevens once. Got is autograph in our autograph book and it was the best day at school ever. That aside, this xmas banger never fails!

2. All I Want For Christmas Is You - Mariah Carey

Shockingly, Mariah’s undeniable Christmas classic never made it to Number One  back in 1994 but this is defo THE song to play to fill any Christmas Party dancefloor!

1. The Fairytale Of New York - The Pogues

What starts out as a slow jam moves into full Irish vibes about a minute in. Put your arms around your mates and sing along in a drunken mess. Its the show closer everytime and the best Christmas song ever written. FACT!

If awesome tunes are what you’re looking for at your Christmas party, then look no further than our recommended Christmas DJ packages.


We bring the perfect Christmas soundtrack, plus we can add photo booths, massive light up XMAS letters & dance floors for your winter wonderland Christmas party!

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