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Dance floor may refer to:
- Sprung floor, a floor to enhance performance and reduce injuries
- Performance surface or marley floor, flooring suitable for dance or sport
- Dance pad, a flat electronic game controller used for input in dance games
- Illuminated dance floor, a floor with flashing illuminated panels
- Portable dance floor, a mobile floor for dancing
- Dance Floor (horse) (foaled 1989), a retired American thoroughbred racehorse
- "Dance Floor" (song), a 1982 single by the funk group Zapp
- Dancefloor Chart, an MTV Europe chart of the ten most popular dance songs in Europe
- Dancefloor Deluxe, a 2004 album by Swedish eurodance group Alcazar
- "Dancefloor", a song on Kylie Minogue's 2001 album Fever
- "Dancefloor" (song), a song on The Holloways's 2006 album So This Is Great Britain?
- "Dance Floor Anthem (I Don't Want to Be in Love)", a song on Good Charlotte's 2007 album Good Morning Revival
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