Dancing Feet are a ceilidh band whose energetic music will create a vibrant ambience at your wedding. Based in Kirriemuir, Angus, Dancing Feet play throught Soctland, the UK and further afield. They perform annually in France/Belgium and can call the dances in French or German as we llas English! Perfect for a wedding, Dancing Feet are also a great choice for a birthday party, community event or festival.
Their unique sound is crested by incporporatng a loop pedal into their act, making live loops as you get ready to dance....the result is a full band sound with only two musicians that is fantastic both to dance to and to listen to. They have a large repertoire of songs and tune sets to keep your guests entertained when they need a breather form dancing.
Dancing Feet will offer you a wonderfully unique sound created by a line-up of fiddle, pipes, flute, sax, guitar and cajon. Their lively music will get your friends and family dancing and their instrumentation will keep them thoroughly amazed.
Dancing Feet can provide you with a range of packages and their music can cater to every age group and any taste. From music that will get the children at your wedding dancing to waltzes for the older folk, they know just how to keep all your guests entertained.
Dancing Feet can be yours for the day, playing for your ceremony, drinks reception, wedding breakfast and evening reception. They will be happy to tailor a package just for you as well as to give you their expert advice all through the day.
Ceremony music, cocktail/Banquet music, dance music, entertainment, other
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