Two gentlemen on a stage are leading a large group of people in a dance that looks like so much fun to do

If you ask someone what they think of America, they’ll tell you one of two things:
It’s either a big metropolis with skyscrapers or cowboys.

Both are right, although the western feel is more noticeable.

Vast, wide spaces, horses, cowboys, and legends of adventure helped form the country that we have today.

Men in boots used to dance the night sky away before there were skyscrapers.

Country music’s tone is as evocative now as it was over a century ago.

Country music is all about sharing stories.
There are several stories to tell, but like with any culture, it is the dance that persists even after all these years.

Two attractive males with cowboy hats, button-down shirts, jeans, and boots lead a large group of people in a dance that appears to be a lot of fun.

It’s the ideal dance for beginners!
Line dancing is self-explanatory: people dance in straight lines to music.

These are choreographed dances with a recurring pattern of moves performed in unison by groups of people arranged in lines or rows.

Dancers avoid making eye contact with one another.

Dancers take the same number of steps at the same time.

Have a look at how these guys do it. There’s a count to everything, and once you get that count down, the rest is simple. Just go with the flow and dance!
The stride, swing, and twirl routine, choreographed by David Villellas and played to Nathan Carter’s “Wagon Wheel,” simply repeats itself throughout the song, with each dancer stomping their boots along to the count.

José Martinez, a spectator, commented,

“The audience dancing was the finest part of this video. Amazing. This is how concerts should be. There will be no sitting or standing, only dancing. Bravo!”

“Since its routines are easy and do not entail dancing with a partner, line dancing is great for singles and those who don’t generally dance,” according to Live About. Line dancing is taught and done all around the world at country-western dance bars, social clubs, and dance halls.”

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