The best way to make your surprise dance a real crowd pleaser is to create a combination, and there are only 2 things you need to do to make that happen! We scouted around for the best fusion examples out there, plus a compilation video to help you choose what you like. Just click on the YouTube link for each one to see the dance and the choreography and see what you might want to do to wow your crowd.
1. Pick Your Favorite Steps
To get a sense of which styles of dance steps you like best, check out this amazing compilation video. It cycles through eight different classic Quinceanera dance moves! You’re bound to find a combo you like:
- Cumbia Texana
- Rock ‘n Roll
2. Create a Great Fusion
Once you get an idea of what you want, you can mix it up. Here are some very simple combinations:
Fusion #1: Start with a Solo
Face it, girl—if you’re a good dancer, then dance! This is your chance to shine so go for it. Open with a solo then bring in your troupe. Nothin’ wrong with that!
One note: As a general rule, a 7-minute surprise dance like this one is a little long. But if you can hold the crowd’s attention with variations like this Quinceanera and her court, go for it.
Fusion#2: Hip-hop & Swag
Fusion #3: Bachata & Merengue
Fusion #4: Add your Dad!
Fusion #6: Move it with your Mom!
Fusion #7: Waltz, bachata & line dance
Fusion #8: Simple steps plus plenty of fun!
It is perfectly fine if you’re not much of a dancer. You can still have a lot of fun with your friends!
Dance On, Girl!
These are just a few of the combos you can put together for a killer surprise dance. So pick your court, choose your style, then ask your choreographer to create something unique that’s perfect for you.