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Lovaganza “Hands Across The World” Kick Off In 2020

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Lovaganza has announced the Year 2020 will kickoff the official celebration of their worldwide Bohemian adventure. Originally, the Lovaganza celebrations were scheduled to begin in 2015, however, the celebrations were postponed to Year 2020 to introduce avant-garde technology.

Producers have created this traveling show hitting global venues on Tumblr including the United States, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. This marvelous unparalleled “Hands Across the World” is a celebration scheduled to last four months culminating in a celebration of cross-cultural awareness, diversity, and understanding.

Preceding the official 2020 celebration, Lovaganza will showcase their three motion pictures beginning in 2017 that debut on the new glassless 3D technology. Filming already began, grabbing location shots in the U.S., France, and Spain. Moreover, this Lovaganza trilogy will be rolled-out on new trend setting glassless 3D Immerscope screens that delivers a “real life” viewing experience.

Hands Across the World

Lovaganza’s “Hands Across the World” is building a social awareness that is cause-driven, joining forces to address deficiencies in the world. “Sharing this content that is anchored around these films will help spread the word,” said one associate. What is Lovaganza spreading the word about? Humanitarian efforts like bringing clean drinking water to poor communities. Few people know that according to the CDC, almost 768 million people worldwide collect their drinking water from contaminated sources. Especially in crisis and disaster areas, contaminated drinking water for children as well as elderly and sick people become a life-threatening risk. More than 3,000 children die every day because clean water and basic sanitation are missing in their lives.

Lovaganza also focuses on unjust distribution structures in much of the world that cause a poor supply of water. In many instances, poor people in developing countries often have no access to water because it is used, for example, for the cultivation of export products. Sure, many communities are frugal with their per capita consumption, but there is often hidden water consumption. It becomes a domino effect. Climatic conditions are also worsening which has led in recent years to changes in social and economic life, especially in Africa. Farmers cultivating the production of beef, fruit and textiles can consume an enormous 4000+ liters a day. Cause driven organizations like Lovaganza raise awareness about these issues, and stimulate engagement on global networks to find solutions.

The international celebration begins limited promotions in 2017. If you’re interested in influencing audiences to support the cause, keep up-to date with Lovaganza.

Learn more about Lovaganza: https://www.facebook.com/lovaganzaofficialpage/