Into the Wild Festival news: Come out into beautiful nature amongst the deep green forests and rolling summer

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Come out into beautiful nature amongst the deep green forests and rolling summer meadows with a gorgeous cornucopia of delights to soothe and inspire the soul with people from every walk of life and every age. Not far from the city, but miles away in terms of natural vibe.


Last few super early bird tickets now on sale for one of the best value festivals of the year! Only £65 for an adult, these will sell out very soon. Which includes camping pitch, all workshops, music, parking and much more.

Ecstatic music from around the world, a feast of world cuisine, with over 100 of the very best workshops from Yoga to Bushrafts, from Singing, Dance to Cinema & Wild games. Brilliant speakers, Zip wire, Woodland theatre, cinema and a whole forest of interactive crafts.

You can camp or stay in a tipi or learn Indian dance, you can beat box or meditate. You can play football, skate, partake in a ceremony, learn Mongolian throat singing or you can watch midnight movies. You can learn to make wild fire then sit around it and learn the names of the constellations whilst listening to the sound of owls, as the milky way soars through the summer sky.

There really is something for everyone at Into the Wild
Summer Festival. And the great thing is its made affordable to allow the great mix of people who come along. It’s super friendly because it’s not too big to become impersonal, which means it’s a safe place for kids and adults to be out in beautiful nature having a wonderful time together.

We sell out all our events, so make sure you get in early for the best price and a guaranteed place, come along and join the vibe!

Check it out on:
www.in2wild.com

Or join us on our Facebook event page:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1456394417776203/?ref=br_rs














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🌱 Now that we're surrounded by settled dust (and colder days) our collective attention begins to turn to #EOTR2020. We were lucky enough to be joined by four incredible headline acts this year, but who's sitting atop your wish list for 2020?

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🌱 Now that were surrounded by settled dust (and colder days) our collective attention begins to turn to #EOTR2020. We were lucky enough to be joined by four incredible headline acts this year, but whos sitting atop your wish list for 2020? 

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Nick cave, Angel Olsen, Anna calvi, David Byrne, Mono, camille o Sullivan, suede, comet is coming.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds / Bauhaus / DIAT

Bon Iver, Mac DeMarco, Swans?

Brian Jonestown Massacre, Kurt Vile

My Morning Jacket

Hope Sandoval.
Devendra Banhart.
Pavement.

Thank you.

Young Fathers, Fka Twigs, Little Simz , Nick Cave and Murder Capital have to come back

Kurt vile aldous Harding weyes blood low thee oh sees spiritualized pavement

Caribou

angel olsen, swans, and pavement (pls)

mbv

PJ Harvey

Get Nick Lowe on the garden stage. His current work stands just as high as his more popular work. A strong live entertainer and an end and unending wit to boot.

Any of Angel Olsen, Ride, MBV or King Gizz would be some amazing and suitable EOTR headliners.

Conor Oberst (preferably with the rumoured reforming Bright Eyes), IDLES, War on Drugs, PJ Harvey, Kevin Morby, Wolf Alice, Sharon Van Etten and in the never gonna happen, Nick Cave and a reformed just for EOTR Neutral Milk Hotel.

swans, angel olsen, david byrne, death grips, shellac, fka twigs, ought, sleater kinney, u.s. girls, skee mask, hailu mergia!

The algiers

Could do with being stronger than this year - first one I’ve missed for years based solely on the line up.

Ghost Office Joe Gilson

Camera Obscura.

John Murry.

Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten, Caroline Polachek, Holiday Sidewinder, Weyes Blood, Bat For Lashes, Hatchie, Kelsey Lu - any of these would be wonderful!

There is many mentioning Angel Olsen and Nick Cave, I agree with those. I would also like to see Big Thief in the garden and Sharon van Etten.

Aldous Harding, Floating Points, Maria Sommerville, John Maus, Bill Callahan (even though he did it two years ago).

Nick Cave, Mazzy Star, Supergrass

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🌱 The twenty-tens coming to an end in just a couple of months have got us all nostalgic around here, so we've put together a list of our favourite tracks from exactly 10 years ago.

2010 was a great year 👉 buff.ly/32mmFLM
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🌱 The twenty-tens coming to an end in just a couple of months have got us all nostalgic around here, so weve put together a list of our favourite tracks from exactly 10 years ago. 

2010 was a great year 👉 https://buff.ly/32mmFLM

 

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Nice selection. Would have added The National - Bloodbuzz Ohio, Liars - Scissor and Big Bio - Shutterbug as well. Obviously Joanna Newsom would feature if she was on Spotify

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