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17 Dance Floors To Enhance Your Event

By EventMB Team

Outdoors or inside, temporary or permanent, here are some of the coolest dance floors to encourage fun and dancing at your events.

Dance floors can help attendees and guests get their boogie on but they are so much more than that! They can help separate different areas of your event, use up extra dead space, and can create a focal point in the room. Many magical moments have been had on a dance floor but that doesn’t mean they are only reserved for dinners, parties or weddings.

An inviting dance floor encourages attendees to engage in addition to bringing an interactive element to your event. Plus, you don’t have to commit to a venue with an existing dance floor as many of these options are temporary staging or vinyls so you can get whatever effect you want that matches your theme, colors, or brand.


17 Dance Floors To Enhance Your Event
  1. Clock Face

Make your dance floor look like something else and act as its own prop! This clock face, circular idea complements event theming, particularly with era or Alice in Wonderland themes and makes a huge impact. The quirky clock is guaranteed to create awesome event photos and could even be branded to suit your marketing or sponsorship packages.

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  1. Black-Lit

This classy example shows how you can make the dance floor to be a feature in your room. With the tables and seating turning inward, this provides a boxed-in effect for guests to watch the entertainment or quickly get involved. The LED lighting and décor hanging above the dance floor also helps to make it feel more intimate in this large venue with high ceilings.

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  1. Matte Signage

This example was used at a corporate event with a sponsored dance floor and plenty of signage. Matte colors and finishes are an excellent idea because you can also use them to project images, logos, or even animated sequences to bring your dance floor to life.

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  1. Unicorn

The unicorn event trend is big right now so why not also reflect that in your staging design or dance floor? This temporary example is a plain white variation that uses lighting effects to make an impact using colored downlighters, spotlights, and star-lit effects to create a rainbow-style dance floor. The use of marquee letters are also a nice decorative touch to give the side of the dance floor something extra.

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