Is dancing and free intermixing of men and women, whether Mahrams or non-Mahrams, permissible in weddings?

Question 7: Is free intermixing (of men and women) in weddings permissible? What is the ruling on men’s dancing with a Mahram (spouse or permanently unmarriageable relative) and non-Mahram (not a spouse or an unmarriageable relative) women? Moreover, if men are alone, will there be any problem?

Answer: It is permissible in marriage to declare and announce it by using Duff (a tambourine-like instrument without bells) from the part of women. But free intermixing is not permissible if they are non-Mahrams. This is a Munkar (that which is unacceptable or disapproved of by Islaamic law and Muslims of sound intellect) that should be removed... read more here.

What is the ruling on listening to music?

Question 6: What is the ruling on listening to music?

Answer: Music and musical instruments are all evil, but they are things that Satan makes appear attractive and enjoyable, and he calls people to them so as to distract them from the truth by means of falsehood... read more here.

What is the ruling on listening to songs?

Question 5: What is the ruling on listening to songs?

Answer: Listening to songs is undoubtedly Haraam (prohibited), as it might lead to other sins and temptations such as committing the unlawful act of Zinaa (sexual intercourse outside marriage), sodomy, or drinking Khamr (intoxicant), gambling, and befriending bad people... read more here.