Great Pool Songs for Your Next Swimming Party


Pool SongsEverybody knows that swimming pools are the best locations for the most rocking parties. There’s something about the combination of great weather and everybody in their swimsuits that helps people relax and cut loose.

While the setting of your backyard swimming pool is perfect, you can make the party even better by playing the best music that gets your guests into the right mood for having fun, taking a dip in the pool, and having the time of their lives.

To help you get started, here are some of the best pool party songs that you can add to your playlist to get the party started right.

 Songs about Swimming

Songs about swimming may be a little obvious, but your guests will appreciate these songs that definitely set the tone for summertime swimming fun:

“Splish Splash” by Bobby Darin — While technically about taking a bath while a rocking party is going out downstairs, at least this song is related to water. Plus, it’s infectious beat will have your guests dancing and shimmying poolside.

“Twistin’ by the Pool” by Dire Straits — This 1980s hit by the band that brought you “Sultans of Swing” and other great tunes is literally about having a great time at a party next to a swimming pool. How much better can you get?

Pool  Service Boca Raton — Songs to Set the Party Mood

These songs may not be precisely about swimming pools, but they definitely belong on your pool party mix tape.

“Walking on Sunshine” by Katrina and the Waves — This song has been called the most upbeat and positive tune of all time.

“Margaritaville” by Jimmy Buffet — Not only is this fun song about adult cocktails but everybody at your party probably already knows most of the words.

“Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO — Everyone will be “shufflin'” when you play this catchy classic.

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