Country Songs to Play During Your Football Party

1. “Monday Night Football Theme” by Hank Williams Jr

This American classic is a must for a Super Bowl party. Though it does say Monday night, you can yell “Sunday night” to solve this. Make it a fun game: if someone yells “Monday night” instead of “Sunday night” they are out. The person who doesn’t say “Monday night” wins.

  1. "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" by Jake Owen

This country hit fits any occasion. From a good-time Super Bowl party to just a watch party alone, the versatility of “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” is perfect. The tune is catchy and ideal for throwing the football outside with friends.


  1. “Up Down” by Morgan Wallen ft. Florida Georgia Line

“Up Down” is a great country party song, especially for the Super Bowl. The lyrics match the upbeat melody: “Can turn this parking lot into a party / With an ice chest, dancing, cold beer / Man, we live it up, down, up, down / We live it up down”.  This Wallen and FGL hit is one you’ll want on your playlist.


  1. “Heartache on the Dancefloor” by Jon Pardi

Since Super Bowl Sunday is so close to Valentine’s Day, “Heartache on the Dancefloor” is a good mix of a party song and a love song. Grab your loved one during the commercials and have a dance party to this upbeat tune.


  1. “Red Solo Cup” by Toby Keith

“Red Solo Cup” is the perfect Super Bowl party song. It’s funny lyrics and upbeat melody give an insight on what makes a party: the traditional red solo cup. “I love you, red solo cup / (What) I lift you up / Proceed to party (party)”. If you need inspiration for a good party, check out the music video for it here.


  1. “Downtown” by Lady A

If you decide to go out for a Super Bowl party, “Downtown” by Lady A is a must. Lady A knows a classic country party song, with lyrics stating, “And I don’t know why you don’t take me downtown / Like you got anywhere better to be / You talk it up and give me the go ’round, ’round / Like a good time tease”.


  1. “The Git Up” by Blanco Brown

After going viral on TikTok, “The Git Up” became a huge hit at parties. The song has its own line dance, but it is all up for interpretation. During the breaks of the Super Bowl, make sure you learn how to “git up”! If you need some hints, you can watch the music video here.


  1. “Backwards” by Rascal Flatts

This cheerful, silly song is incredibly underrated for a Super Bowl party. It is sure to lighten the mood when your team isn’t doing so hot. When the crowd is getting upset, make sure to play this country hit by Rascal Flatts and dance along.


  1. “Beer Never Broke My Heart” by Luke Combs

Luke Combs knows how to party when singing “Beer Never Broke My Heart”. His relatable lyrics include, “It takes one hand / To count the things I can count on / But I got one hand / It’s gripping down on a cold one”. This tune is perfect for a Super Bowl party with the boys.


  1. “Play it Again” by Luke Bryan

Though this is a love song, at a Super Bowl party, it has a different meaning. When the ref calls a play that you don’t like, you can say “Play it again, play it again, play it again” like Luke Bryan. This could turn into a fun Super Bowl party game that pleases both teams.


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