People Love To Dance is a limited company founded by Giorgia Mollo, an Italian singer/songwriter, music producer
& entrepreneur currently residing in the UK, Manchester.
The company was formed with the intention to promote and discover, through the organisation of music events, including but not limited to festivals, up & coming artists, DJs and producers from all over the world, as well as providing useful promotion for the tourism industry in our elected destinations.
The first festival was launched in August 2017 on the Calabrian coast. This festival saw the coming together of various artists from Manchester, Liverpool, Lyon, Paris, Berlin, Hamburg, Porto, Jamaica, Ghana, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Sicily and Calabria.
Together we are stronger
People Love to Dance is at the forefront of a music revolution, which not only promotes the aforementioned music styles but also aims to:
Break down the walls of prejudice;
Unite people from all walks of life in the celebration of such diverse music; and
Inspire generation after generation to accept diversity as beauty.
We can all feel the same vibe when we listen to music; we can all appreciate many different forms of music; we wish to ensure that such music is available to all and can be appreciated by all regardless of their background or belief.
People Love to Dance wishes to become an international event, which changes its venue and destinations in order to push boundaries. By reaching greater numbers we wish to promote the concept of the festival in order to bring together people from all over the world in the celebration of diversity.
People Love to Dance festival will take place again in Calabria to further its connections with the Southern Italian
coast on the 10th of August 2018. In order to promote the main festival, we are aiming to launch several events
in different locations within Calabria. This year’s festival theme will be celebrating women empowerment within
the music industry.
We are currently in discussion with an educational facility in Rio De Janeiro, which is called Obra Social di Pancas. This institute is run by nuns and helps disadvantaged children, we would like to help its growth.
We have already had significant interest from various different artists, however, we seek not to produce on a commercial level their music. We believe whole-heartedly that their music should remain their property. Instead, we wish to support, encourage and promote their music and its message in order to attract the interest of labels and broadcasting platforms.
Chiringuito Village Cafè
Strada Statale 18 Tirrenica,
Bonifati CS, Italy